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Non ak diktati! The Haitian Struggle for Democracy and Freedom

Non ak diktati! The Haitian Struggle for Democracy and Freedom Mass protests continue in Haiti against the US-backed regime of ‘President’ Jovenel Moïse. Publicly stating that he is “not a dictator”, Moïse has been ruling by decree without a parliament since January 2020. He has consistently failed to call legislative elections during his term in office and has already ordered

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Invitation: Haiti Support Group AGM & Film Screening

Dear Haiti Watcher, On Sunday 31st January 2021, supporters of the Haiti Support Group will be meeting virtually to participate in our Annual General Meeting (AGM). The AGM will then be followed by a very special virtual film screening organised by Wilford Marous, friend of the HSG, owner of the fantastic Tiki Grill in London and President of the Haitian Chamber

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“The question was whether to die of hunger or coronavirus”: Garment factories reopen in Haiti despite fears

Coronavirus deepens Haiti’s unequal role in global garment supply chain By Charlotte Hammond, Cardiff University. At a time when so many of us have been forced to slow down, pause, and stay at home to save lives, garment workers at Haiti’s Caracol industrial park are expected to return to work on 20 April, following an announcement by Prime Minister Joseph

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Coronavirus and Haiti: What You Need to Know

The Potential Effect of the Coronavirus Pandemic on Haiti A Latin America Bureau report we contributed to this week noted that, at the time of writing, there were thankfully no recorded cases of Coronavirus in Haiti. Notwithstanding, an outbreak would undoubtedly pose a considerable threat to the densely populated country which has all-too-recent memories of how devastating an outbreak of

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