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.
We hope that these insights will help offer readers a more profound understanding of Haiti, its culture and unique history and how these issues relate to contemporary issues in the country.
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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
The Haiti Support Group would like to thank all the advocacy and grassroots organisations that have been working hard to push
European Union and Haiti: Everyday Neocolonialism? Source: CETRI. Published on 5 July 2016. By Frédéric Thomas The European Union (EU)
Annual General Meeting July 2016: the Haiti Support Group. Thank you so much for the kind support that you have
Haiti’s CEP (Provisional Electoral Council) has postponed sine die the second round of the presidential and legislative elections that had
London Rally for Haiti. Global Women’s Strike has organised a Rally for Haiti on 16 December to support Haiti’s Day of Action outside
Constitutional Bombshell: 1 Year On in the Dominican Republic. The 23rd September 2014 marks one year to the day that
Killing Highlights Real Danger for Human Rights Defenders in Haiti. An Open Letter by the Haiti Support Group The Haiti
Haitian Declaration of Independence discovered in London The Haiti Support Group is off to the National Archive to view one of