Support #JusticeForBerta--NEW BILL to Stop U.S. "Security" Aid to Honduras!--& WFP Accompaniment in Honduras/Apoye la #JusticiaParaBerta--NUEVO PROYECTO DE LEY para Parar la Ayuda de "Seguridad" Estadounidense a Honduras--y el Acompañamiento de APP en HondurasWe're committed to justice for Berta, General Coordinator of COPINH, and a leading Honduran activist. We're also committed to changing US policy in Honduras, on the issues that Berta fought for, and ..Read More
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People Transforming Policy BlogCheck out the Witness for Peace blog to read up-to-the-minute posts from staff based across the Americas and here at home.Read More
Travel to Cuba
WFP Statement on Re-opening of the Cuban Embassy in Washington, DC and the U.S. Embassy in HavanaStatement from WFP on important and exciting summer 2015 developments in U.S.-Cuban relations:Read More
Tell the State Department: We Demand Justice for Berta Cáceres, and Protection for Witness Gustavo CastroLast week, Berta Caceres, Honduran indigenous Lenca leader who fought for the preservation of Lenca natural and ancestral resources, was tragically murdered. Take action to demand justice, and ..Read More
Padres de Ayotzinapa difunden en EE.UU. su lucha para evitar su olvido (Spanish)(Spanish) Unas palabras por Walker Grooms, de la oficina nacional (a 0:43), sobre la resposabilidad del gobierno de los EE.UU. en el caso Ayotzinapa y en las miles de desapariciones forzadas en los ..Read More
Coca-Cola’s new bottling plant threatens workers’ rights in Colombia(By Lisa Taylor, WFP Colombia Team) Threatened by illegal armed groups, Colombian union leaders argue that new Coca-Cola bottling plant violates labor rights and imposes an unwanted and unsustainable ..Read More

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