Testimonies


WHO IS THE HONDURAN PUBLIC PROSECUTION OFFICE PROTECTING?

Irregularities exposed in the process that will bring Berta Cáceres murder to trial

The Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH) held on August 7th a press conference to denounce judicial irregularities in the investigation process that is accusing eight people over Berta Cáceres femicide. The General Coordinator of COPINH, defender of peoples and territories, was murdered on March 2nd,  … Read more

Hopeful and alert

Interview with Eberto Díaz (Fensuagro Vía Campesina): analysis of the electoral outcome in Colombia

The election of pro-Uribe Iván Duque as new Colombian president was analyzed by the leader of Vía Campesina Colombia, Eberto Díaz, in an interview with RWR The candidate of Centro Democrático obtained 54 % of votes against former Bogota Mayor Gustavo Petro, who promoted a wide range of social and political  … Read more

Avoiding liability

Update on negotiations towards binding treaty on transnational corporations and human rights

“We have seen how transnational corporations use transnational structures and complex schemes to avoid liability and national jurisdictions and evade their legal responsibilities” in terms of human rights violations, said activist Anne van Schaik, of Friends of the Earth International (FoEI) in Geneva, Switzerland. This was during the third round  … Read more

Dreams knocked down

Approximately 120 families violently evicted in Cordoba, Argentina

Most of the homes are led by women victims of gender violence. “Devastating”. This was the word used by Nelvia Agañaraz, a leader of Parque Esperanza neighborhood, Juárez Celman municipality, Córdoba, to describe the eviction suffered by 120 families in the early morning of Friday, June 1st, when police officers  … Read more