Honduras is located in the heart of Central America. It limits the north and east by the Caribbean Sea, southeast with the Republic of Nicaragua, on the south by the Gulf of Fonseca and the Republic of El Salvador, and west by the Republic of Guatemala.

Honduras is a lower middle income country and is facing several challenges of development and human rights, over 60% of households still live in poverty and over 40% live in extreme poverty. The coup of 2009 highlighted the fragility of the Honduran democratic system and the critical challenges in guaranteeing human rights, producing a strong polarization in society and eroding public confidence in their institutions. High levels of insecurity and the high perception of impunity among the population, show serious gaps in State capacities in the prevention and control of crime.

Este lunes 14/05/2018 da comienzo la gira europea que llevará a miembros del Consejo Cívico de Organizaciones Populares e Indígenas de Honduras (COPINH)  a algunas de las principales capitales europeas, para denunciar la falta de reconocimiento de las...

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This Monday 14/05/2018 marks the start of the European tour that will take members of the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH) to some of the main European capitals, to denounce the lack of recognition of indigenous c...

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