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Our History

Honduras/ Mujeres Unidas Luchando por sus Derechos

United Women Fighting for their Rights (Mujeres Unidas Luchando por sus Derechos) was born on 19th of June of 2008 in La Ceiba, Honduras. After some important processes of empowerment, a group of women who worked together in the same area dreamt a large organization led by sex workers. It was time to be the protagonists of our own political changes and that’s why we organize ourselves. A year later we entered the REDTRASEX.
 
Little by little we learned about politics, HIV/AIDS and human rights, among others; and today we are replicating this information in our work zones. We work with several organizations, such as Casa Solidaria con Voz, Rompiendo Cadenas, Ceprosap, AIDS Forum, health workers, Secretary of Human Rights, Network of Human Rights on HIV Promoters, among others. 
We do field work that’s why women recognize us now and they join to our fight gradually. We walk areas at night and during the day promoting health care, coordinated with physicians and clinics with whom we made conventions. 

Redtrabsex es receptora de la Ronda 9 del Fondo Global.

Contact

Karla Pacheco

Mail: honduras1@redtrasex.org.ar

Mail: karlapacheco34@hotmail.com

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13/05/2016 - Honduras

Honduran Sex Workers Seek End to Criminal Sanctions
The sex workers are hoping the proposal leads to a presidential executive order removing criminal sanctions against their profession. (+)

24/10/2011 - Honduras

United Women fighting for… their legal status
In a very short time Mujeres Unidas luchando por sus derechos will take the big step to become a civil association. (+)

10/08/2011 - Honduras

La Ceiba informed
Mujeres Unidas luchando por sus derechos is working intensively on information campaigns with fellows of La Ceiba, the third largest city in Honduras and the head of the department Atlantis. (+)

23/04/2011 - Honduras

"I am discriminated, I discriminate"
Replicate of Participatory Community Diagnosis Workshop on stigma and discrimination, provided by Atlacatl in El Salvador. (+)