Amnesty International visits Honduras to assess human rights situation

An Amnesty International delegation will be travelling to Honduras between 24 November and 4 December to assess the human rights situation in the context of the political crisis facing the Central American nation.

The delegation will be meeting with a wide range of individuals including local human rights organizations, journalists, and prosecutors to discuss and document the state of human rights in the run-up to the general elections, scheduled for 29 November.

The organization will also seek to meet relevant authorities.

Amnesty International’s delegation will be made up by Javier Zuniga, Special Advisor to the Secretary General; Esther Major, Researcher on Central America and June Holmes, Campaigner on Central America. If you are interested in receiving more information or arrange an interview with the delegation, please contact: Josefina Salomón, M (UK) +44 7778 472 116, [email protected]

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