Media, Comment and Analysis from the Haiti Support Group
Comments and analysis. Longer articles selected by the Haiti Support Group editorial team for their strength in analysing and presenting aspects of life in Haiti.
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This article first appeared in The Conversation and is written by our HSG Exec Member Dr Rachel Douglas. Original text
Press Release: Jovenel Moïse AssassinationThursday 8th July, 2021. The Haiti Support Group is shocked and saddened to learn of the
It is with deep sadness and a heavy heart here at the Haiti Support Group to confirm today that President
Original article by Angus Randall of Talk Radio here The Haiti Support Group has accused Oxfam of having a “culture
“I don’t think I’ve ever heard a positive news story about Haiti.” said the comedian Romesh Ranganathan before his recent trip
A Statement from Antony Stewart, Chair of the Haiti Support Group This week, as Chair of the Haiti Support Group,
UPDATE, 12th January 2018: Today marks eight years after the Léogâne Earthquake and Trump is, once again, spewing garbage about Haiti
Significant outbreaks of cholera had never been recorded in Haiti before 2010. But then UN peacekeepers dumped raw sewage into
The following is the introduction to an investigative report conducted by independent researcher Mark Snyder entitled “Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
Sputnik interview. The Haiti Support Group recently participated in two interviews with Radio Sputnik‘s Daily Current Affairs Programme the World
Many of you have contacted us over the last few days to ask what you can do in light of
Democracy Discouraged: Haiti’s 2015 Elections (NEW YORK, September 19, 2016) As Haiti prepares for presidential and legislative elections on October
The 9,200 Haitians killed and more than 800,000 seriously sickened by the UN’s grossly negligent introduction of cholera to Haiti
Pressure on the UN Mounts over Haiti Cholera Crisis Cholera Update On 17 August 2016 journalist Jonathan Katz broke the