Honduras’ first female president, Xiomara Castro, came to power after two turbulent presidential administrations. Castro’s government, which has been in power for 100 days, inherited a fragmented country in various ways. Now is a timely moment to examine Xiomara Castro’s time in office thus far: What has she been able to do? What progress has been made so far in her efforts to transform the country and guarantee citizens their rights? Where is progress not yet evident? What is her government doing in the legislative and judicial arenas? This discussion is co-organized by Alianza Americas and the Heinrich Böll Foundation Central America Office.
When: May 11, 2022
Time: 1 p.m. ET, 12 p.m CT, 10 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. in Central America