Women's Rights Center (CDM)
The CDM is a Honduran, feminist, autonomous, critical, proactive organization that fights for women's human rights.
The emergence of the CDM Women's Rights Center is strongly linked to the history of the Latin American and Caribbean Committee for the Defense of Women's Rights (CLADEM), an advisory body before the United Nations and organized in our country in 1989
In 1992, some of the feminists who had been working with CLADEM-Honduras decided to form the CDM.
The CDM Women's Rights Center is a feminist, autonomous, critical, proactive organization that fights for the strengthening of autonomy, the exercise and enjoyment of rights, citizenship, equality and gender justice for women.
The work for women's human rights through a feminist proposal seeks to positively impact the lives of women, promote their autonomy and their leadership. In addition to contributing to a greater commitment of the population and public authorities for the construction of a society with social justice and gender equality.See more