Undercover and Working for Change

Xiomara stands in a grassy field with mountains in the background.

Last year the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights named Honduras the most dangerous country in Latin America for journalists. Xiomara Orellana has been working as a journalist for decades in Honduras. She has taken great risks to follow her passion to explain the migration experience.

“The essence of what you do is in the impact that it has on people; for you to inform, change, help consolidate democratic societies."

—Xiomara Orellana

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