On October 13, roughly 200 Hondurans gathered in the city of San Pedro Sula to form a caravan to head to the US. Today, as many as 7,000 Central Ameri...
Latest consultation bill draft in Honduras strips indigenous communities of their right to free, prior, and informed consent on deals that affect their lands and livelihoods.
Central American refugee caravan arrives at US-Mexico border on the eve of the Trump administration’s decision on Temporary Protected Status for 57,000 Hondurans, potentially sending them to the same unsafe conditions the caravan members fled.
The process for developing new legislation on indigenous peoples’ right to prior consultation has set off alarms, but the Honduran government still has time to ensure a participatory and inclusive process that aligns with international standards.
Terminating the Temporary Protected Status program will impact thousands of Central American families who have lived in the US for years.
On May 22, 2017, DHS Secretary Kelly extended Temporary Protection Status (TPS) for Haitians for only 6 months. Here we discuss the consequences and wonder if TPS will end for Salvadorans and Hondurans.