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Berta Cáceres. Image credit: UN Environment/Wikimedia Commons
Tracy Glynn | Activist Berta Cáceres would likely look at the inequalities that COVID-19 has made more visible and still demand more of the activists concerned about climate change and forced migration.
Podcast
David Barth with World Accord project partners in Honduras. Image: Victoria Fenner
Victoria Fenner | David Barth of World Accord talks about his challenging trip home from Honduras with a group of volunteers. And Simon Chambers, ACT Alliance, talks about changing priorities in the time of COVID-19.
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Image: Janet Spring/Edwin Espinel and Karen Spring in Honduras.
Victoria Fenner | It was good news when Edwin Espinel was released on bail from a Honduran prison, but his Canadian mother-in-law says it presents more danger that he could be ordered back to prison.
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Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland with members of the Lima Group in 2018. Image: Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores del Perú/Wikimedia Commons
Rick Salutin | Honduras has become Canada's best bud in our co-sponsorship of the Lima Group, a monomaniacal effort to replace one distasteful Venezuelan leader with another.
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Twitter photo by Honduras Solidarity.
Brent Patterson | Social media draws attention to Honduran soldiers using Canadian truck, but Canadian mainstream media ignores the story.
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Photo: Peace Brigades International
Brent Patterson | The LGTB Rainbow Association of Honduras is accompanied by Peace Brigades International because of the high level of danger it faces for its advocacy work.
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Facebook photo via the Civic Council of Grassroots and Indigenous Organizations in Honduras (COPINH).
Brent Patterson | Honduran human rights defender Edwin Espinal has been held in a high-security prison without trial since January 2018 after protesting against an unfair election.
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Photo: Larry Wright/Twitter
Brent Patterson | From the Gatling gun to armoured vehicles and assault rifles, arms manufacturers have profited from the production of weapons used against Indigenous peoples.
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Facebook photo via the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.
Brent Patterson | Twelve activists who set up the "Camp in Defence of Water and Life" after a mine began to pollute the Guapinol River are now facing decades in prison in Honduras.
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Brent Patterson | The Trudeau government has yet to deliver on its January 2018 announcement to establish a Canadian Ombudsperson for the Responsible Enterprise, but news could be coming soon.
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Photo by Peace Brigades International.
Brent Patterson | Meza requires protective accompaniment to report on human rights violations under a government Canada recognizes despite widespread allegations of electoral fraud in 2017.
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Facebook photo by Peace Brigades International - Honduras.
Brent Patterson | A community forum of more than 2,000 people has said no to the mines that endanger their rivers and drinking water.