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News and Analysis

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In January 2018, 50 Religious Leaders participated in an Emergency Delegation to Honduras in response requests for international presence in the context of the post electoral crisis. Eight religious denominations were represented by the 40+ faith groups and human rights organizations that sent...
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On the 2nd anniversary of the murder of Berta Caceres, her daughter and namesake writes and open letter: https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2018/03/we-will-achieve-real-just...
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An Emergency Ecumenical Delegation including religious leaders representing 8 denominations from the United States and Canada traveled to Honduras from January 24 -30, 2018. The emergency delegation was organized in response to a call from Fr. Melo, SJ of Radio Progreso, to the international...
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In January 2018, 50 Religious Leaders participated in an Emergency Delegation to Honduras in response requests for international presence in the context of the post electoral crisis. Eight religious denominations were represented by the 40+ faith groups and human rights organizations that sent...
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Open Letter on International Womens’ Day from Bertha Oliva, Coordinator of Comité de Familiares de Detenidos Desaparecidos en Honduras (Cofadeh), who remembers that organizations like hers that have been demanding truth related to the violations of human rights committed in the 1980s for decades...