Charlot Jeudy was only 34 when he was found dead, under suspicious circumstances. His death is an agonising blow to
Join us at the University of Liverpool for a panel debate about Haiti’s future after the UN withdrawal in October 2019. Organised
The Haitian community in the Bahamas was hardest hit by Hurricane Dorian. Now anti-Haitianism threatens to hit harder.
A disaster hits and chaos ensues. Within the shock and the trauma, as the winds settle and people uncurl, look
Original article by Angus Randall of Talk Radio here The Haiti Support Group has accused Oxfam of having a “culture
Dear Haiti Watcher, On Saturday 29th June, friends and supporters of the Haiti Support Group will be gathering in London
Haiti Briefing 74 – The UN response to the Cholera Epidemic a Murderous Charade Haiti Briefing 74 concentrates on the United Nation’s mendacious response to
One mamit (5.75lb tin) of rice now costs 150 Haitian gourdes (approx ₤2.24 or $3.57), 50% up since July. Corn meal at 100 gourdes a