Learn about the most affected areas by the rise of extractive industries throughout Honduras and more about how civil society is leading struggles to defend land and territory, in the second video of a 4-part series. This series spotlights the interesting results of a participatory mapping process that looks at the intersection between struggles for land, against extractives, and violence against women and women human rights defenders in 10 of Honduras’ departments.
Part 5: Flip the script. Think of philanthropy as a redistribution of resources to communities to which it belongs.
Lutong Baybay (Seaside Recipes) is a Zine Cookbook created by writers, artists, and women from coastal communities in Dumaguete City,…