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Youth of COPINH
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COPINH’s 25th Anniversary Declaration

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Source: COPINH / The Dawn News / April 5, 2018 COPINH: 25 years of struggle for life and justice 25 years of organizing are not easy to write nor to live. COPINH’s history is the history of 25 years of overcoming enormous obstacles and yet obtaining tremendous victories. COPINH’s existence […]

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Hondurans reject the State’s policies of plundering, death and state violence
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Hondurans reject the State’s policies of plundering, death and state violence

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Source: Colombia Informa / The Dawn News / February 16, 2018 “This is not a conflict over elections. It’s the Honduran people rejecting the policies of plundering, death and violence of the State”, says Berta Zúñiga Cáceres, who coordinates the Civic Council of People’s and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH). […]

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DESA and State agents behind the assassination of Berta Cáceres
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DESA and State agents behind the assassination of Berta Cáceres

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Independent investigation reveals criminal plan to annihilate opposition to Agua Zarca Source: Alainet, Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / November 3, 2017 A criminal structure made up of public officials, state security forces, and directors, mid-level staff and members of the private security of the company Energy Development S.A. […]

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Vásquez in front of shrine to Berta Cáceres. Photo: Beverly Bell
Honduras Interview

“Heaven and Earth Don’t Belong to the Companies”—The Role of Lenca Culture in Defending Lands, Waters and Peoples in Honduras. An interview with Pascuala Vásquez

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Pascuala Vásquez is the spiritual leader of the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH). Known affectionately to all as Doña Pascualita, she is also head of COPINH’s Lenca cultural committee, and is on the council of elders.  By: Beverly Bell / The Dawn News / March 21, […]

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