In this imaginary, the strengthening of the security forces and the Last Database Public Ministry, as well as arrests, criminal proceedings and imprisonment, are constituted as solutions to the high levels of violence. On the other hand, regional and Last Database international organizations interpret the violence as human rights violations, based on the complaints and testimonies of the victims and their families, Honduran civil society or non-governmental organizations (NGOs). This imaginary underlines the risks that defenders run in a situation of defenselessness and impunity, asking the State to protect them, Last Database particularly vulnerable groups.
Faced with these imaginaries, Honduran Last Database activists have tried to open a space to spread their own imaginary of the defense of life, using various strategies. They took advantage of the foreign media and their own alternative media to challenge the imaginary of security that the national press transmits, particularly after the murder of Berta Cáceres, a member of the Last Database Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH), in 2016, which generated intense international journalistic coverage. This coverage introduced into the Honduran media that publish foreign Last Database dispatches a human rights discourse that, although it has remained marginal, questions the veracity of the authorities' accounts and the fairness of their solutions. In this way, the militants oppose the police's denial of the political motives for the murders or their criminalization by the media and judicial authorities, and hold the State responsible for their defenselessness and impunity.
At the international level, they try to capture the legitimacy of Last Database human rights and subvert them, in order to broaden the Last Database understanding of rights violations. A) Yes, Last April, the Honduran Supreme Court of Justice convicted Roberto David Castillo, former general manager of the Desarrollos Energéticos hydroelectric plant (DESA), of co-authorship in the Last Database murder of Berta Cáceres. Despite the resonance that this emblematic case has aroused