There are an estimated one million urban plots of land in Honduras that are not registered with the government’s Property Institute, and thus, lack a formal title. The people who live on this land face the constant threat of eviction, and have no formal proof of ownership that would allow them to use their land…
A reflection on the life and sacrifice of Berta Cáceres from AJS Co-Founder Kurt Ver Beek, who lived with Berta and her family during his PhD research.
When AJS spotted a pattern of abuse, brave young girls helped end it — strengthening the Honduran justice system in the process.
Omar Rivera is selected as one of three Honduran citizens to lead reforms
The letter comes from AJS in response to an earlier opinion piece in the NYT
Recently leaked documents connecting police leadership to assassinations highlight urgently needed reforms
How AJS and three brave mothers stood together for justice
An “on-the-ground” perspective from Honduras’ leading civil society organization working on matters of anti-corruption and citizen security
The assassination of Berta Cáceres must be answered with justice.
Hondurans suffer from corruption and its effects, often without a safe or effective way to report when it happens. But thanks to AJS, there is now an app for that.