The National Autonomous University of Honduras (UNAH) and the University Institute for Democracy, Peace and Security (IUDPAS) through the National Observatory of Violence presents Annual Bulletin No. 40 Mortality and Others, edition January December 2015.
In 2002 Honduras recorded 133 violent deaths of women. By 2013 the figure had reached 636 cases. With regard to this type of violence, the country has already experienced 11 years of an increasing trend.
Violence, marginalization, poverty, gender and racial discrimination, school dropout and a lack of jobs with guarantees in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala constitute the "toxic" fuel that powers the exodus of tens of thousands of lonely and undocumented children to the United States.
Belize: RESDAL and efforts to combat rising public security challenges.
Guatemala: RESDAL and debates on public security, armed violence and gender.