Honduras

Venezuela & ALBA News 12.3.2021: Inspiring Honduras Victory; US Defeated in Venezuela Election; Huge anti-Coup Mobilization in Bolivia

Orinoco Tribune: ALBA-TCP “12 Years After the Coup, These Elections are an Example of Courage and Resistance” “We congratulate the resounding victory of the Honduran people, who have restored hope through these elections 12 years after the coup,” Llorenti wrote. “The first female President of Honduras, @XiomaraCastroZ, is an example of resistance and courage. Long…

[Video] July 15 webinar with Dan Kovalik: The Peoples’ Struggles against US Intervention: Venezuela, Haiti, Cuba, Colombia, Nicaragua, Peru and Chile

The Current Popular Struggles against US Intervention: Venezuela, Haiti, Cuba, Colombia, Nicaragua, Peru and Chile We are faced with possible US intervention in Haiti after the murder of the president, a possible coup over the election results in Peru, new US backed protests in Cuba, the positive election results in Chile, the continued bloody repressions…

UPDATE: Honduras Solidarity Network Hurricane Eta and Iota Emergency Response Fund

As we write this, the crisis generated by the new Hurricane Iota is still unfolding in Honduras. This morning, Honduras woke up to another major disaster less than two week after the last one, Hurricane Eta. Many people still do not have electricity or signal on their phones and even more people have had to flee…

End Mass Incarceration, Breeding Ground for Coronavirus-Act Now!

The coronavirus pandemic has turned prisons into breeding grounds for the pandemic. We are asking you to take the following actions in support of this campaign: Send an appeal to international human rights officials and authorities demanding an end to mass incarceration during this pandemic If you are a resident of the United States, click…

Emergency Human Rights Delegation to Honduras!

Last week, more than 3,000 people who left Central America escaping violence and misery were detained by Mexican security forces within hours of entering the country. The Migrant Caravan, started by Honduran refugees, is the most painful and recent evidence of the catastrophic consequences of U.S. and Canadian support for the regime of Juan Orlando…

Webinar: Berta Cáceres Human Rights act

Monday, April 8th at 4:30pm PT / 7:30pm ET (Español abajo) Three years after Berta Cáceres murder, human rights abuses in Honduras have increased and the US-backed dictatorship of Juan Orlando Hernández has been granted impunity. The H.R. 1945, better known as the Berta Cáceres Human Rights in Honduras Act, would suspend military and police…

Fighting for Berta’s Path in 2019 with Berta Zúniga Cáceres, General Coordinator of COPINH and daughter of Berta Cáceres

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Three years after Berta Cáceres’ murder, the struggle for justice for her and against the US and Canadian-backed dictatorship in Honduras continues.  In honor of Berta, and with a commitment to supporting the continuing struggle, the Honduras Solidarity Network invites you to join the webinar Fighting for Berta’s Path. Listen to…

Emergency Human Rights Delegation to Honduras

Dates: March 26 – April 2, 2019   After the fraudulent elections of 2017, in which Juan Orlando Hernández was illegally re-elected as president of Honduras, the world has seen thousands of people flee the country in massive caravans; an increase of political repression and  violence. Conditions for political prisoners such as Edwin Espinal and…