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.
Haitian Civil Society
Michaelle Jean:. HSG reporting from London, 04-07-2011 HSG recently attended a lunch with Michaelle Jean, the UNESCO Special Representative for
How U.N. Caused Haiti’s Cholera Crisis – and Won’t Be Held Responsible. February 26,2013 Armin Rosen The Atlantic. Original article
Storm shreds aging tents in Haiti earthquake camps. By JONATHAN M. KATZ (AP) September 26, 2010 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti ‹
See the LabourStart Haiti news section Abuse of workers’ rights at La Couronne Brewery–Coca-Cola Haiti – May 2006 American Center
Tuesday, January 22, 2013 – 5:00pm At University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) Panel discussion with:
Collective Bargaining Contract Signed at the Ouanaminthe CODEVI Free Trade Zone – Batay Ouvriye, 15 December 2005 Batay Ouvriye is
Mark Howard/25 Ed
Haiti is a dangerous place to be a journalist. For decades, the press has been at times stifled, at other times divided; and at all times, journalists and news organizations from every point on the political spectrum have faced threats and violence.