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Analysis of Human Rights in Honduras

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While the provision decreases out-migration the increased availability of basic necessities is less disruptive than introducing fundamental economic changes. The author concludes that out-migration in this region of the country was driven by poverty and the lack of basic necessities rather than repression and human rights violations.   She concludes that many Hondurans who leave the country are fleeing poverty and underdevelopment rather than repression and human rights violations and, therefore, should be considered economic refugees. The author is an assistant professor of criminology at the University of Ottawa in Canada a lecturer in criminology at Carlton University also in Canada.

She is the founder of Acceso International which seeks to provide educational opportunities to students in economically disadvantaged countries. This article provides an overview and summary of women's involvement in anti-colonial and social justice movements since the fifteenth century and into the twenty-first century in Honduras. The article points out that women have played a leading role in the protection of indigenous rights and advocating for social justice for over five hundred years and continue to play a leading in opposition to the latest military government.

(September 1, 2009). The Latin American Revolution (III): The U. Empire Strikes Back through a Coup in Honduras. The Monitor (Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives), Sep 1 2009. Asad Ismi is the CCPA Monitor’ s international affairs correspondent. He is the author of the forthcoming radio documentary “ The Latin American Revolution” . Asad holds a Ph. in War Studies from the University of London and is a writer on international politics specializing in U. policy towards the Global South and the role of Canadian there.

This article details the events of the military coup in Honduras in the on June 28, 2009. The elected progressive President Zelaya was roused from his bed at gunpoint by masked Honduran army soldiers, who kidnapped him in his pyjamas and put him on a plane to Costa Rica. He was lucky not to be assassinated.  

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