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Women's Rights in Honduras 20 July 2009
How has last month's coup affected women's welfare?

Some organisations are worried that the unstable political situation in Honduras could be setting back the welfare of its women. The Central America Women's Network has expressed concern about the interim administration, contending that feminist organisations oppose the recent coup; they believe that many women are now suffering as workers, family carers and victims of violence because of a 'breakdown in the rule of law'. Jane hears from the BBC's correspondent in Central America, Stephen Gibbs, and also from Katherine Ronderos from the Central America Women's Network based in London.
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