Haiti Briefings on Displacement and Land Reform
Haiti Support Group Updates on Land Reform and Displacement
Haiti’s CEP (Provisional Electoral Council) has postponed sine die the second round of the presidential and legislative elections that had
Five years after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, durable housing solutions remain out of reach for hundreds of thousands of
HSG from Longworth Building, Capitol Hill, Washington DC, 13-11-2012 To Room 1302 of the Longworth House of Representatives Office Building
Crises in Haiti Post-Hurricane Reveal International Priorities. Published on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 by Common Dreams. Original article here While
Hundreds Face Violent Forced Eviction: Urgent Action (Copy of statement issued by Amnesty International, 18 October 2013) Hundreds of people
Photo: United Nations Development Programe
Haiti Earthquake Survivors Peacefully Demonstrate to Call Attention to the Forced Expulsions and Horrific Conditions in Camps
Seven Months After Catastrophe: No Solutions and No Assistance
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Thursday, August 12, 10 a.m. Sit-in in front of the National Palace.
Force for Reflection and Action on the Housing Cause (FRAKKA), Bureau des Avocats Internationaux (BAI), Batay Ouvriye (B.O), KOOTK, OVS, COSEM, Immaculé, Deplace, CUSLG, Camp Mezyan, Babankou and other internally displaced people under threat of expulsion, invite the international and national press and community to their sit-in in front of Haiti’s National Palace 11am EST on August 12.