Detailed, unique and incisive journalism from the Haiti Support Group

The Haiti Briefing, published in English, French and Spanish, is the key publication of the Haiti Support Group. Published quarterly, since 1992, it provides our members, Haiti watchers and decision-makers with analysis of Haiti’s development issues, reflected through the voices of popular organisations on the ground.

You can now read Haiti Briefings according to theme. Please click on a link below.

2010 Haiti Earthquake

Development Policy and NGOs

Elections and Politics

Mining, Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security

Cholera and the UN

Displacement and Land Reform



Vodou and Religion

Crime, Drugs and Security

Dominican Republic

Haitian Civil Society


Unwanted Gifts: A Concise History of Harming Haiti
Pressure on the UN Mounts over Haiti Cholera Crisis
Electoral Farce. But who is laughing?
Dominican Republic Crisis
New Internationalist Special Edition. Haiti: Two Years On
Immune. Immoral. Illegal? Cholera & Haiti
EPAs: What do they offer Haiti?
USAID still falls short on Haitian agriculture
Constitutional Bombshell: 1 Year On in the Dominican Republic
Miners Next Door: New Haiti Support Group Briefing Out Now!
Caracol: None of Your Business – Haiti Briefing 75
Murderous Charade: Haiti Briefing 74 – UN response to Cholera Epidemic
Duvalier Departs. Martelly’s Duvalierism Marches On.
STOP PRESS: Duvalierist Diktat and Disdain
New Haiti Briefing Out Now! Stateless in the Caribbean
Stitched Up: the Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion Launch!
UN Confronts Cholera in Haiti with New Initiative but Few Specifics
One year on – Haitian CSO ITECA speaks truth to power in UK parliament
The Promise, Politics and Profit of Primary Education for All
Better Class of Dictator? Rebelling against Lies and Illegalities
HSG at House of Commons Commemoration of 12 Jan 2010 Earthquake
The EU and Civil Society: Where to from Here?
MEPs fight for progress on Budget Control Report
Hunger Games: Food Policy Disaster Bites Hands that Feed
Attaining Proper Food Security
Reappraising Vodou in Haiti