honduras

Access to Internet Increasing Nationwide

Access to Internet Increasing Nationwide

With the inauguration of Internet del Pueblo in two schools in Marcala, La Paz, there are already 2,000 schools that have managed to get coverage. This turns Honduras into “the country in Central America that is on the vanguard of Internet access in schools” according to Juan Orlando. This benefits some 700,000 students in 17 […]

Honduras Over the Weekend

Honduras Over the Weekend

Would you like to gain a bit of a glimpse into what happened throughout the country, over the weekend? Well if so, you’re in luck!   On Friday a medical brigade set up shop in San Pedro Sula’s central park. It worked for free and treated some 300 residents of the city, before leaving six […]

Fascinating Human Rights Developments

Fascinating Human Rights Developments

On Friday a series of interesting developments occurred. First, the National Commission of Human Rights (Conadeh) revealed that the government had responded favorably to a petition the Commission sent to incorporate basic education about human rights into the national basic education curriculum. According to the statement from their website, the Commission and the Ministry of […]

Travel Warnings and Honduras

Travel Warnings and Honduras

Do travel warnings need to happen? Honestly? No. They can be appreciated for reminding people that these countries are dangerous. But the biggest thing they do is prevent people from coming to Honduras. Which is most likely their intention. Thousands of individuals from the United States, and other English speaking countries come to Honduras. Some […]

The Decision Not to Investigate Post-Coup Crimes.

The Decision Not to Investigate Post-Coup Crimes.

The decision by the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, is an odd one. Earlier today Bensouda announced that she and the ICC will not be investigating crimes committed in the wake of the Honduran coup in 2009. She conceded that there were human rights violations. But that they were not to the […]