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... until the intervention of an International Human Rights Tribunal (CIDH) which ruled in 2009 that the Honduran state was responsible for the deaths and ordered restitution and a commitment to protect human rights and environmental workers. In mid 2010 the Honduran government officially apologized for its involvement in the death of Jeannette Kawas and committed itself to protect human rights workers. (The seriousness of such a commitment is questionable ...
... they were from, why did they leave Honduras, what education and skills they had, and what time they had lived in the USA. Some who had lived in the USA and had developed language skills in English would be told that they could possibly find a job at a call center dealing with customers from US and Canadian companies. These call centres paid minimum wages but were perhaps better than unemployment in their home towns, but without a doubt far below whatever minimum ...
Today was our last day of training :( but probably the best one yet. The kids got to share stories about some of their experiences with SHH and what kinds of things they can plan to use when recruiting new members. They also did some mock meetings where they had to "sell" SHH to potential students. So many great ideas and stories. Nelle shared her personal connection to Honduras, which started back in 2012 after my first trip here. I had brought letters from ...
... myself, I am old enough to be the grandfather of most of them.).
Late in the afternoon Ramon and Letty, friends from San Pedro Sula, came with their three daughters to say goodbye. They came to the radio station and took me to the "gringo" strip lined with American fast food outlets. We settled on pizza, which the younger people thought was a real treat. Ramon is a successful businessman as a construction engineer. The two elder daughters ...
... This visit was also a celebration because it was the 6th birthday of little Harry. Magna had gone to a bakery and bought a birthday cake and had also brought some plastic toys for little Harry. I stopped at a service station and bought some Coke and Sprite to make sure that the kids would end up with a sugar high when we left. The children were waiting for us and it was a very happy reunion with a lot of excitement. The tone was quite different than ...