New rights protections or new disappointments for Indigenous Peoples in Honduras?

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. Following last November’s contested presidential election and allegations of corruption around recent legislative reforms that have been widely denounced […]

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