Violence against women in Guatemala reached severe levels during the long-running Guatemalan Civil War , and the continuing impact of that conflict has contributed to the present high levels of violence against women in that nation. Femicide in Guatemala is an extremely serious problem. According to a report by the Small Arms Survey , Guatemala has the third highest rate of femicide in the world, behind only El Salvador and Jamaica. Murders rarely result in any conviction and often are not properly investigated; less than 4 percent of all homicide cases result in conviction for the perpetrators. This culture allows women to be treated as objects rather than humans; equality and basic rights granted to men are not even in question for women. Women who work as public activists, such as human rights defenders, including activists working to protect land and natural resources, face violence, threats, reprisal, and illegal arrests.
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Guatemala mine's ex-security chief convicted of Indigenous leader's murder
A man stands next to burning candles that were lit in homage to Silvia Yolanda Martinez, 28, who was shot in the back five times in broad daylight for allegedly refusing to pay the local tax that gangs charge so that she can work as a prostitute in what is known as La Linea, or The Strip where dozens of women work as prostitutes in Guatemala City late night Friday, June 22, A prostitute from Costa Rica who identifies herself as Angie, 22, smokes a cigarette while clients wait in the doorway of her rented room. A prostitute from Nicaragua who identifies herself as Mari brushes her hair while waiting for clients. A prostitute from El Salvador who identifies herself as Katia.
Transnational mining corporations, most of them Canadian, their personnel, and state security forces have been accused by human rights groups of a litany of abuses in Central America, including the killings of mine opponents. Prosecutions are rare, and criminal convictions of mining company personnel are almost unheard of in the region. Patricia Quinto, who represented Choc, a joint plaintiff in the trial, said that the verdict set an important precedent in the country.