Author Archives: Kirsten

Honduran Teachers: Struggling for Justice

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Upon entering the room where the Women’s Network of the Honduran College of Middle School Teachers (COPEMH) was holding its workshop on Non-Sexist Pedagogy, you wouldn’t know that many of the teachers there had just heard they’d lost their jobs. … Continue reading

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Help CoDev’s partners oppose Charter Cities in Honduras: neoliberalism with a healthy dose of neocolonialism

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On September 4th 2012, the Honduran government signed a Memorandum of Understanding with MGK group to build the first in a series of so-called Charter Cities, or Special Development Regions (SDRs). This marks the latest stage in the Honduran government’s … Continue reading

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Land, Trade & Democracy

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CoDev & the Connective Project are excited to invite you to join us on September 21 & 22, 2012 to a dialogue about the Colombian conflict, Canada-Colombia relations and our role as Canadians. The conference will bring local Colombians and … Continue reading

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Canada’s first report on Human Rights Impact of Colombia Trade Agreement falls short

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On May 15 the Canadian government tabled its first legally mandated report on the impact of the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (CCFTA) on human rights in Parliament. Rather than reviewing and commenting on human rights, the report outlines the methodology … Continue reading

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Joining the call against threats in Honduras

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In response to several recent human rights violations in Honduras including the assassination of journalist and gay rights activist, Erick Martinez and threats to international accompaniers, Peace Brigades International has sent a letter to the Canadian government requesting that they … Continue reading

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