Honduras: Criminalization and Incarceration – Exporting the American Way

February 26, 2019March 7, 2019

Explore the US role in the Honduras human rights crisis, with a special focus on criminalization and incarceration of human rights and environmental rights activists in Honduras. Delegates will learn directly from leaders of various human rights and grassroots organizations as they share stories and legal and political organizing strategies for fighting violence, persecution, and impunity.

Cost: $1,200 + airfare

Application & $250 Deposit Deadline: December 26, 2018

Participants in this delegation will:

Explore connections between policing, criminalization and the prison industrial complex in the US and Honduras.

Learn about illegal land grabs by corporations; the criminalization and repression of political protest and expression; governmental and police corruption; and the increasing militarization of Honduran society.

Gain knowledge about the impunity that pervades the Honduran justice and law enforcement systems with most acts of violence and murders, violations of human rights, corruption, and illegal corporate activities going unpunished.

Meet US embassy officials to share what delegates have learned and to urge changes in US policy in Honduras.

Click here to apply for this delegation

Delegation fee covers all meals, lodging, interpreters, and transportation within Honduras, along with extensive reading and activist tools.

Application & $250 Deposit Deadline: December 26, 2018.

Remaining Balance due January 26, 2019.  For more information, contact delegation coordinator:
Emily Rhyne, emily@witnessforpeace.org