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Berta Cáceres Berta Cáceres’ assassins are sentenced but true justice remains elusive

The seven people convicted of murdering Honduran social leader Berta Cáceres have received jail terms ranging between 30 and 34 years but those who planned and financed the crime remain free

We know that the road does not end here, says Bertha Zúniga of COPINH

On December 2, seven people will be sentenced for their role in the assassination of Honduran social leader Berta Cáceres. However, this is only the first step as those who planned and financed the crime are yet to be brought to justice

Organizations condemn bid to derail Berta Cáceres’ case

On September 25, the preliminary hearing was scheduled to begin against David Castillo, one of the people accused of planning the murder of Berta Cáceres

Who would destroy a community’s food crops? Who would destroy a community’s food crops?

The crops of the Lenca community were destroyed, allegedly by members of the Madrid family, in what is the latest instance of harassment of the indigenous inhabitants of Río Blanco in Honduras

Death of key witness in Berta Cáceres case: a plot to erase evidence?

COPINH has evidence connecting the slain Olvin Gustavo García Mejía and DESA president David Castillo who is soon to face legal proceedings in the Berta Cáceres murder case

“The US government supports the violation of human rights to protect their interests”

10 years since the coup d’état in Honduras we look at the role of the US and international financial institutions in the coup

We continue to tear down the symbols of colonialism: COPINH

COPINH celebrates 6 years of the beginning of the struggle in defense of the Gualcarque river and 26th anniversary of its founding by reaffirming its commitment to fighting for life, freedom and justice

The radical legacy of Berta Cáceres

Three years after the assassination of Berta Cáceres, the people of the world continue to demand justice and join her struggle against neoliberalism, colonialism, patriarchy and capitalism

7 sentenced for the assassination of Honduran activist Berta Cáceres

After first round of convictions, victims continue their demand that the people and structures who financed the assassination be prosecuted and punished

Trial in Berta Cáceres case to begin this Monday amid irregularities

Members of COPINH denounced the fact that the Honduran state prosecution has actively worked to prevent the victim’s legal team access to the evidence in the trial.

Berta Cáceres case: COPINH denounces government obstruction in the path to justice

After a month of delays in the evidentiary hearings, the court denied the majority of the evidence presented by attorneys representing Cáceres’ family and COPINH

The struggle of Berta and COPINH continues

Peoples Dispatch spoke with Francisco Sánchez of the Honduran indigenous organization COPINH about the hydroelectric project Agua Zarca, the resistance to the project and the impacts is his community Río Blanco.

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