Engaging with Haitian Civil Society Organisations...

...and committing to real change in Haiti

Below we list a number of organisations based in Haiti, the UK and elsewhere. We are not formally linked to any of these organisations, and do not necessarily share their views, although we often collaborate together. We do, however, believe that the links will certainly be of interest to Haiti Watchers wishing to learn more about Haiti and to support the country in different ways. 

STORIES ON HAITIAN CIVIL SOCIETY – FROM OUR HAITI BRIEFING

Unwanted Gifts: A Concise History of Harming Haiti (HB81)
Unwanted Gifts: A Concise History of Harming Haiti (HB81)
[gview file="https://haitisupportgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/haiti_81_English.pdf"] A historical insight into centuries of international meddling and mishaps in Haiti. Will they ever learn? In October 2010, a United Nations Stabilisation...
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New Pirates of the Caribbean (HB79)
New Pirates of the Caribbean (HB79)
These are exciting times for foreign investors in Haiti with their eyes on the prize; business is booming and is only set to get bigger and better. Mining, Free Trades Zones, sweatshop labour and mono-cropping have been promoted as post-earthquake solutions...
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Recherche agenda pour le changement (HB71)
Recherche agenda pour le changement (HB71)
[gview file="https://haitisupportgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/hb_71_french.pdf"] Le développement européen : trouver la bonne voie ...
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Un incroyable fiasco (HB69)
Un incroyable fiasco (HB69)
[gview file="https://haitisupportgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/FrHaiti_Briefing_69_Un_incroyable_fiasco.pdf"] Déconstruction de la Reconstruction de la CIRH ...
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Nou Bouke Viv Anba Tant (HB68)
Nou Bouke Viv Anba Tant (HB68)
[gview file="https://haitisupportgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Haiti-Briefing_68_Nou_Bouke_Viv_Anba_TantEng.pdf"] We're fed up of living in tents! Nou Bouke Viv Anba Tant The sit-in that blocked the road in front of the Ministry of Social Affairs...
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Petrol Price Rise Fuels Discontent (HB48)
Petrol Price Rise Fuels Discontent (HB48)
[gview file="https://haitisupportgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/HB48.pdf"] In January, the cash-strapped Haitian government bowed to pressure from the International Monetary Fund and withdrew the state subsidy pegging petrol, diesel and kerosene...
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Time for the
Time for the 'Politicians' to Step Aside (HB43)
[gview file="https://haitisupportgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/HB43.pdf"] Diplomatic missions have come and gone. Eleventh hour meetings have been boycotted; others have been postponed. Shots have been fired, and stones have been thrown. Foreign...
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Aristide is Back (HB41)
Aristide is Back (HB41)
[gview file="https://haitisupportgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/HB41.pdf"] Ten yearssince he was first elected President, Jean-Bertrand Aristide has returned to power following an election in November that was boycotted by all the main opposition...
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Solidarity Boosts Union Action (HB40)
Solidarity Boosts Union Action (HB40)
[gview file="https://haitisupportgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/HB40.pdf"] After a year-long campaign, the labour union representing some 300 workers at the Marnier-Lapostelle orange plantation in northern Haiti has won wage increases and some improvements...
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Scale of Lavalas Victory Questioned (HB39)
Scale of Lavalas Victory Questioned (HB39)
[gview file="https://haitisupportgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/HB39.pdf"] The May 21st elections returned a huge victory for Jean-Betrand Aristide's new, populist Lavalas Family party. According to the official results, the Lavalas Family won 18...
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