Women Crossing the Line

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Gladys Lanza Ochoa is a feminist human rights defender and the Coordinator of the Movement of Women for Peace “Visitación Padilla” in Honduras. On March 26, 2015, she was arrested and sentenced to 18 months in prison on charges of defamation and slander against the Director of the Social, Urban and Rural Housing Development Foundation (FUNDEVI) for supporting a FUNDEVI employee that accused him of sexual harassment. This puts her organization at risk and weakens Honduran women’s access to justice. Help raise awareness and build global pressure for her release by posting this placard on social media. 

1. Promote the courage and determination of women who are leading change in their communities by sharing your favorite Women Crosing the Line article on Facebook. 

2. Send a short story or video about what Crossing the Line means to you to info@justassociates.org so we can share it with our global community. 

3. Help us map our global community of actvists and supporters by posting a pic with your own sign on Twitter to @jass4justice #womencrosslines!

Join us in celebrating women Crossing the Line by making the logo your profile picture and following #womencrosslines.

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