Since 1992, the Centro de Derechos de Mujeres (CDM) has united a diverse collective of feminist and social activists and defenders of women’s human rights. They provide a rare space to interrogate the many unequal and violent social and economic models that shape society, and to build solidarity between the Honduran women’s movement and other social and popular movements. CDM prioritizes four main focus areas for their work: the right of women to active citizenship and political participation; the right of women to a life free of violence; sexual and reproductive rights of both adult and young women; and women’s labour and economic rights. Across everything it does, CDM is strengthening feminist movements by organizing and advocating for spaces for intergenerational and intersectional reflection, and alliance-building.
- PUBLICATION: Observatorio de Derechos Humanos de las Mujeres – Violencia contra las mujeres en Honduras Enero-octubre 2020 (Women’s Human Rights Watch – Violence Against Women in Honduras January-October 2020)
- PUBLICATION: Serie: Conociendo nuestros derechos – ¿Qué es la Ciberviolencia? (Series: Knowing our rights – What is Cyberviolence?)
- PUBLICATION: Reflexiones: Sobre sanación y diálogos feministas (Reflections: On Healing and Feminist Dialogues) (2020)