Jan 22 violent crackdown by Honduran military against TV journalists covering Opposition Alliance demonstration in Tegucigalpa; injured: Cesar Silva, Rony Martinez,Pedro Amador, Claudia Mendoza. Congressional representative Jari Dixon also beaten.
Jan 24 repressive actions by state security forces against pro-democracy demonstrators. Beaten: Diego Aguilar López and Wilmer Paredes (killed 2 weeks later) of MADJ (Broad Movement for Justice and Dignity). Public smear campaign against MADJ members Martín and Víctor Fernández, social activists Karina Flores and Araminta Pereira, and Jesuit priest Fr. Ismael Moreno Coto (Radio Progreso).
Jan 25 assassination of TV reporter Igor Abisaí Padilla Chávez by four unidentified assailants in San Pedro Sula, Cortés Department
Feb 11 false criminal charges against human rights defender Edwin Robelo Espinal, now in pre-trial detention in a high security prison for up to two years
Mar 21 continued detention of human rights defender Edwin Robelo Espinal, detained in military-run maximum security prison under horrific conditions
Mar 22 assassination of Luis Fernando Ayala, age 16, active in the Environmental Movement of Santa Bárbara Department (MAS), whose mutilated body was found with his hands missing and multiple signs of torture.
Apr 25 assassination of lawyer Carlos Hernández, who was providing legal defense to the organized resistance in Atlántida Department against the Río Jimalito hydroelectric project, being constructed by Generación Eléctrica (INGELSA)
May 24 use of tear gas and other force by hundreds of police and joint military-police special forces to displace the Encampment for Dignity, Life, and Water, which is organizing to block the Los Planes/Hidrocep hydroelectric dam from being constructed along the Mezapa River in Pajuiles, Atlántida Department.
Jul 24 residents along the Mezapa River in Atlántida Dept. suffering health consequences of contaminated water caused by the construction of the Hidrocep hydroelectric dam, opposed by the Broad Movement for Dignity and Justice (MADJ)
Jul 26 police attacks on journalists Nincy Perdomo, Javier Edgardo Rodrígues, and Mai Ling Coto, reporting on issues such as opposition marches
Sep 22 attack by police on Radio Progreso journalist Inmer Gerardo Chévez, while reporting on a student protest
Sep 26 harassment and smear campaign against journalist Nina Lakhani, reporting on links between military intelligence officers and the men on trial for the assassination of environmental defender Berta Cáceres.
Oct 23 false criminal charges against 18 members of the environmental and territorial rights organization Encampment for Life in Colón Department, including: Juan López, Reinaldo Domínguez, Juana Esquivel, Orbin Hernández, Carlos Leonel George, Miriam Yaneth Mejía Cruz, Lourdes Elizabeth Gómez Rosas
Oct 26 kidnapping and beating of Ians Rivera, member of the Broad Movement for Dignity and Justice (MADJ), and the police arrest, beating, and detention of 17-year-old MADJ member Fredy Molina
Nov 11 violent eviction by Army and Cobras special forces of the Encampment for Life, an environmental and territorial rights organization in Colón Department
Nov 23 attacks by Army and police on journalists at the eviction of the Encampment for Life in Colón: Rigoberto Mendoza, Osmán Corea, Vitalino Álvarez and Erick Mendoza (Comunicaciones Mendoza); Jhony Castillo (Canal 5), Wenceslao Canales (Canal 29); Donaldo Domínguez and César Obando (Radio Progreso); and Miguel Dubón (Radio Globo).
Nov 26 media smear campaign against Juana Esquivel, director of the Fundación San Alonso Rodriguez, which supports the environmental rights organization Encampment for Life in Colón Department
Dec 26 criminalization and judicial harassment of Juana Carranza of the Reyes Rodríguez Arévalo Campesina Cooperative, affiliated with the National Field Workers Office (CNTC) in El Progreso, Yoro Department.