This is a series written by Daysi Flores on the 2013 electoral process in Honduras from the perspective of women human rights defenders in the country. Flores, a journalist and defender herself, presents the voices of the defenders—leaders of several of the most important social movements in the country—discussing the historic election based on a gender perspective and from the viewpoint of popular struggle.
Part I: Overview of the elections
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Part II: The Meaning of the Elections for Honduran Women
Friday, November 22, 2013
Part III: Repression & Criminalization of Women Human Rights Defenders: the role of the international community
Saturday, November 23, 2013
Blog: Not Another Soldier on our Streets