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Honduran Indigenous Activist Wins Human Rights Award for Struggle Against Corporate Destruction of Land

Started by U. D. W., June 21, 2016, 11:00:21 am

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Honduran Indigenous Activist Wins Human Rights Award for Struggle Against Corporate Destruction of Land

On June 9, Ana Mirian Romero, a 29-year-old indigenous Lenca woman and  mother of five from the department of La Paz, Honduras, was recognized  by the European human rights organization Front Line Defenders. Romero was awarded the organization?s  annual award for Human Rights Defenders for her work struggling for the  recognition of indigenous lands and against the corporate destruction of  the environment in Honduras.


Source: Honduran Indigenous Activist Wins Human Rights Award for Struggle Against Corporate Destruction of Land