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Honduras

June 8, 2012 Features

Laboratory, Honduras

Dueling truth commissions, ongoing repression, and Canada’s role in the new Honduras

April 13, 2012 International News

Canada Deepens Ties with Deadly Regime

Honduran journalist visits Montreal, reaffirms strength of resistance movements

Honduran election fraud exposed

Honduran coup regime's claims about 60 percent turnout at free and fair elections is revealed as fraud. Also implicated in the video are the wide array of media outlets and governments that have unquestioningly accepted the electoral data of a regime that overthrew the last elected president.

December 9, 2009 Dec 9 by Jesse Freeston

Honduran election fraud exposed

Honduran coup regime's claims about 60 percent turnout at free and fair elections is revealed as fraud. Also implicated in the video are the wide array of media outlets and governments that have unquestioningly accepted the electoral data of a regime that overthrew the last elected president.

December 9, 2009 Dec 9 by Jesse Freeston

All That Glitters Isn't Gold

This report tells the stories of community members residing near Goldcorp's San Martin open-pit gold mine in Honduras' Siria Valley. San Martin was the first mine to be developed under Honduras' controversial new mining law that was passed in the wake of Hurricane Mitch in 1998. It was opened in 2000 and is the largest open-pit heap-leach mine in Honduras.

November 11, 2008 Nov 11 by rightsaction.org

The Real Costs of Gold Mining

In 2007, a film maker travelled to the Siria Valley in Honduras to interview locals about the impact of gold mining on their lives and communities. He produced this short documentary. In it, people of the Siria Valley speak for themselves.

November 11, 2008 Nov 11 by rightsaction.org 1 comment

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