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Desarrollos Energéticos (DESA)

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14 October 2016
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Author: COPINH (Honduras)

“¡Alerta! Intentos de asesinato contra el Coordinador General de COPINH y líder comunitario del COPINH”, 10 de Octubre de 2016...

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3 October 2016

Honduras: Report of the Independent Fact Mission on the human rights impacts of the Agua Zarca hydroelectric project presents possible scenarios for FMO exit

An Independent Fact Finding Mission presented a report on the social and human rights impacts of the hydroelectric project of Agua Zarca. The report also describes two possible scenarios: 1) exit by FMO with continuation of the Project , and 2) exit...

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3 October 2016
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Una Misión Independiente de Investigación presentó un informe sobre los impactos sociales y en materia de derechos humanos del proyecto hidroeléctrico Agua Zarca. El reporte además señala las consecuencias de dos posibles escenarios: el primero, la...

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3 October 2016
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Author: La Prensa (Honduras)

“Maccih: Robo de expediente de Berta Cáceres es inadmisible”, 30 de Septiembre de 2016...

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1 October 2016
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Author: COPINH (Honduras)

El COPINH rechaza enérgicamente el informe tendencioso de la Misión del FMO, que busca limpiar la imagen del Proyecto Agua Zarca y esconder la violencia sistemática impuesta por el proyecto.  El informe claramente intenta justificar la continuación del...

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1 October 2016

COPINH rejects FMO’s Mission Report on the Agua Zarca Project

Author: COPINH (Honduras)

COPINH rejects the biased report of the FMO’s Mission, which seeks to whitewash the Agua Zarca Project and hide the systematic violence imposed by the project. The report clearly seeks to justify the continuation of the Agua Zarca Project after the...

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30 September 2016

Two new reports confirm the need for lenders to exit responsibly from the Agua Zarca hydroelectric project in Honduras

Author: SOMO & Both ENDS

…Last week, the report of an independent factfinding mission (IM) commissioned by the Dutch development bank, FMO, showed that the lenders failed to ensure that the Agua Zarca Hydroelectric Project in Honduras complied with international standards....

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22 September 2016

Honduras: Investigations into Berta Caceres’ assassination reveal risks land rights defenders face

Author: Fault Lines, Al Jazeera News

 “Honduras: blood and the water”, 21 Sept 2016...

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13 September 2016

Case studies of human rights allegations & positive steps by wind & hydropower projects

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8 September 2016

FMO management response to the report and recommendations of the Independent Fact Finding Mission on Agua Zarca

Author: FMO

…FMO announced its intention to exit from the project when a person associated with our client was accused of being complicit in the murder of Berta Caceres. However, there is clear evidence that the project has a good deal of support from directly...

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