Meet the Haiti Support Group Team!
About the Haiti Support Group
Launched in June 1992, for over three decades we have worked in solidarity with the Haitian poor majority, reflecting and amplifying the views of grassroots, popular, participatory groups.
In our commitment to empowering Haiti’s poor majority, we collaborate with civil society organisations across the country, including trade unions, women’s organisations, peasant groups, neighbourhood associations and others. We believe they are the best placed to represent and defend the vast majority of the Haitian people’s desire for real democracy, justice and equitable development in their country.
The Haiti Support Group is a civil society organisation that collaborates with progressive, participatory groups in Haiti working to:
- improve the standard of living of the poor majority
- build genuine democracy and means of participation
- ensure respect for all human rights
We do our best to amplify the voices of Haitian civil society organisations genuinely committed to empowering the poor majority, whether they are trade unions, women’s organisations, peasant groups, neighbourhood associations or others.
Our team of Haiti watchers includes grassroots activists and campaigners, members of the Haitian Diaspora, legal experts, journalists, academics and development specialists.
To join the HSG please email us: [email protected]
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The World Development Movement and the Haiti Support Group will be giving a workshop entitled Food and the Multinational Takeover: The Global Fight for Food
Haitian Declaration of Independence discovered in London The Haiti Support Group is off to the National Archive to view one of the most amazing discoveries of
New Internationalist Special Edition. Haiti: Two Years On Beyond Relief Beyond Belief is the lead article in the analysis/special feature section of the January/February 2012 edition
HSG, St Marc, March 2010 — When engineers came to Montaca just outside the central coastal town of St. Marc in Haiti to do an appraisal
It was an historic discovery. You can touch it, even turn its pages. But only with white cotton gloves. Yet the eight-page, yellowed, pamphlet feels