Displacement & Land Reform...

...in Haiti

Election update: the “international community” gives its orders
“15 Minutes to Leave” – New Report on Haiti Housing Crisis
Seitenfus: Haiti’s Doctored Elections from the Inside
Urgent Action: Amnesty International
New Investigation: Post-Disaster Housing Projects
Amnesty International Calls for Urgent Action on Families Forcibly Evicted
Hundreds Face Violent Forced Eviction: Urgent Action
Reconstruction’s Massive Slum Will Cost “Hundreds Of Millions”
Tens of thousands of families stuck in Haiti camps – IOM
Forced Evictions in Haiti Escalating Again
Families left homeless in New Wave of Evictions
Hundreds of Thousands Remain Homeless in Haiti Three Years After Earthquake
Campaign Demands End to Forced Camp Evictions
Haiti’s Increasingly Hidden Displacement Disaster
Haiti quake survivors face eviction from camps – Oxfam
Crises in Haiti Post-Hurricane Reveal International Priorities
Under the Tent: Haitians Living in Fear
Housing Exposition Exposes Waste, Cynicism
Pride and Palaces
Pride and Palaces
400,000 Haitians Still displaced
The Creole Connection: New Orleans, Haiti and Catastrophe
Gold Rush in Haiti
Gold Rush in Haiti
Des familles déplacées revendiquent des logements décents
Frakka exige la libération d’Elius Alfred et de Jean Louis Saint Fort
Turks & Caicos Resumes Deportations of Haitian Migrants
Le 5e conseil de gouvernement se tient aux Cayes
“Under Tents”: International Housing Campaign Launched
Special Edition New Internationalist: Haiti Two Years On
Haitian Government to Relocate up to 200 Slum Dwellers
Ground Control to EU
IOM Direct Participation in Forced Evictions Raises Questions
Fighting Fire in Haiti
[Devastating Fire at] Camp Lycée Toussaint
New Investigation – Shelters That Don’t Shelter the Needy
Beyani Looking for IDP Solutions
How Prioritizing Closure of IDP Camps Aids and Abets Illegal and Forcible Evictions
Home: From Displacement Camps to Community in Haiti
Housing Coalition submits Demands to Senate
Voice from Haiti: “We’re Tired of Living in Tents”
HSG calls for an end to inhumane camp evictions
Overwhelming Majority Living in Displacement Camps
Hurricane Emily’s Near-Miss Too Close for IDPs
Civil Society Speaks Out on Camp Expulsions
Relocalisation Complexe: 450 Familles Sinistrées du Stade National
Threats of Eviction After Death in Camp
Refugee Camps: Haitian Mayor’s Office Vows to Destroy Them All
Verdict: Cholera Outbreak Originated in UN Camp
Haitians Forced Out of Tents to Homes Just as Precarious
Settlement Camps: Many Leaving
Housing Disaster exposed by Haitian CSO FRAKKA
Haiti Needs Social Housing Policy
Storm shreds aging tents in Haiti earthquake camps
Storm kills five, adds to homeless misery in Haiti
Camp Dwellers in New Demonstrations
Haitian refugee camps model future society
Earthquake Survivors Demonstrate regarding camp conditions
Evictions Camp Report Out Now
Citizen Mobilisation for Haiti Housing
Campaign for the Rights of those Displaced by Earthquake
Landowners try to evict Refugee Camps
Jobs and Tents: Préval Appeals
Earthquake leaves 750,000 Homeless
SOFA celebrates 20th anniversary
No trees, no top-soil
Recherche agenda pour le changement (HB71)
Recherche agenda pour le changement (HB71)
172KB Le développement européen : trouver la bonne voie ...

Wanted - An Agenda for Change (HB71)
Wanted - An Agenda for Change (HB71)
227KB EU Development – the Real Road to Poverty Reduction. The report slipped out al- most unnoticed and it is still hard to find. But the untitled document, the product of a four-day trip to Haiti by five MEPs on the Budgetary Control Committee of...

Plus ça change – the Republic of NGOs, but which ones? (HB65)
Plus ça change – the Republic of NGOs, but which ones? (HB65)
803KB Rescued Yes, Recovery No, Redevelopment: by whom, for whom? First the good news. To date there has been no second disaster in Haiti, in the form of epidemics, famine or tropical storm damage in the wake of the most deadly earthquake this century. Second,...

Feeling the Fallout from the attacks on the US (HB44)
Feeling the Fallout from the attacks on the US (HB44)
9.13MB The United States' declaration of a "war on terrorism" following the 11 September attacks was met with some scepticism, if not cynicism, by those familiar with the case of Emmanuel 'Toto' Constant. Haiti's number one terrorist fled to the US in...

Solidarity Boosts Union Action (HB40)
Solidarity Boosts Union Action (HB40)
8.38MB After a year-long campaign, the labour union representing some 300 workers at the Marnier-Lapostelle orange plantation in northern Haiti has won wage increases and some improvements in conditions. In late July, the French company that imports...

Unwelcome, Unwanted: Haitian Migrant Workers (HB37)
Unwelcome, Unwanted: Haitian Migrant Workers (HB37)
8.52MB When a boat carrying some 400 Haitians ran aground just two miles off the Florida coast on New Year's Day, the British media had its first Haiti headline story for several years. Haiti 'boat-people' is an old chestnut that is easy to roast and...

Doing the Election Dance (HB35)
Doing the Election Dance (HB35)
8.93MB In 1990, the majority of Haitians were enthusiastic voters, but then saw their elected candidate overthrown by a military coup. When, three years later, President Aristide was returned to power by the United Nations, part of the deal was that...

Sowing the Seeds for a Grassroots Revival (HB34)
Sowing the Seeds for a Grassroots Revival (HB34)
8.95MB These are dark days in Haiti. The promise of economic renewal funded by international development aid has come to nothing. Impunity for human rights violators has given birth to a pervasive sense of insecurity. Common crime is on the increase,...

Old Tricks, New Dog: US
Old Tricks, New Dog: US 'Democracy Enhancement' (HB31)
8.19MB It is common knowledge that the United States uses covert operations and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to destabilize and even overthrow progressive governments, and to subvert democratic political movements throughout the Americas and...

US Makes a Mockery of Justice (HB29)
US Makes a Mockery of Justice (HB29)
10.01MB In a July interview with the US magazine, Emerge, Emmanuel Constant, the leader of the FRAPH death squad that murdered hundreds of Haitians in 1993-1994, claims that his organisation is still operating in Haiti and that   ...