Pronouncements

[STATEMENT] National Network of Women Human Rights Defenders in Honduras: We’re women, we´re feminists, we´re rights defenders, we’re Honduran.

Tegucigalpa, January 22, 2020 – We grieve deeply for all that is happening with the foul expulsion of migrants from this country. We know some of the women who have gone away, and we know that the rest feel desperate, anxious, humiliated and impotent when faced with the wall that has finally been erected on […]

3 February 2020

[STATEMENT] 29N 2019 International Women Human Rights Defenders Day: In turbulent times Mesoamerican defenders sow seeds of change

Mesoamerica, November 29, 2019 – The day dawns in an Abya Yala experiencing turbulent times. In uprisings for democracy and social justice, our sisters in Chile, Colombia and Bolivia are facing brutal repression by their governments, while authoritarianism, neoliberal policies, extractivism and religious fundamentalisms sweep the region in a blatant display of racism and misogyny. […]

2 December 2019

ALERT TO THE INTERNACIONAL COMMUNITY: Today pain and rage pierce the skin of our Latin America once more

We demand an end to the violence, repression, and hate speech in the region. Our Latin America, our Abya Yala, is going through turbulent times. The repression, mutilation and disappearance of women’s bodies in Chile. The racism and religious fundamentalism leading to rapes and beatings of women wearing traditional skirts in Bolivia. The brutal murders of […]

19 November 2019

[STATEMENT] National and international organizations condemn acts of repression against girls, boys, teenagers and young people protesting in Honduras

The Americas, July 22, 2019. In the face of recent acts of repression in Honduras, such as the abusive use of tear gas, physical attacks and arrests victimizing under-age persons, we, the undersigned organizations, condemn the continuation of the indiscriminate use of force by the armed services of Honduras and make a resounding call on […]

31 July 2019

[STATEMENT] The government of Nicaragua intends to give a false closure to the serious political and human rights crisis, but there are still political prisoners and repression and violence continue by the police, paramilitary forces and political operators

Latin America, June 19, 2019 –Tuesday, June 18th marked the end of the period in which the Nicaraguan government had promised to release all political prisoners detained in the context of the political and human rights crisis that the country has gone through since April 2018. Yet records show that more than 84 people are […]

20 June 2019