A new report from Index on Censorship exposes how many LGBT activists in Honduras risk torture, prison and assassination. The research from Index on Censorship, published by SAGE, carried out by journalist Duncan Tucker and utilising data collected by on-the-ground NGOs, delves into some shocking statistics:
Of the 235 murders of LGBT people since 1994, only 48 cases (20%) have gone to court.
"I've been imprisoned on many occasions. I've suffered torture and sexual violence because of my activism, and I've survived many assassination attempts," Honduran gay rights activist Donny Reyes said in an interview with Index on Censorship. Read more via Phys