Cultural Survival releases new story of Tolupanes of Locomapa whose lives are at risk and have now joined a hunger strike 'in defense of all Honduras." This story was written by Jim Phillips, anthropologist and long term advocate for human rights and justice in Central America.
A new story in the Guardian is the first major English language expose on the social security scandal, detailing the funding of the campaign of President Hernandez with money looted from the healthcare system.
"The story details the IFC's support for Corporacion Dinant, a powerful palm oil producer in Honduras that was involved in a deadly land war with peasants. Today's report is also an in-depth look at the IFC, and includes new data on IFC projects that displace communities.
Bertha Oliva, director of COFADEH says in this article published by Frontline Defenders that key to ending violence is focusing on historic memory and getting answers to what happened in the past. Here is a link to the article: http://www.frontlinedefenders.org/newsletter1/spotlight