Posts tagged with ‘Haiti’

  • 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…

  • Seven Years On: Haiti Earthquake

    Seven Years On: Haiti Earthquake. Today marks the seventh anniversary of the Haiti earthquake and the start of a challenging…

  • Holding the UN to account for Haiti Cholera

    This Public Policy Lecture is delivered by Professor Philip Alston and hosted by the Centre for Law and Society in a…

  • Scotland For Haiti: Entertainers Rally for a Series of Fundraising Events

    The Edinburgh Caribbean Association, the Haiti Support Group and friends are working together under the umbrella of the Haiti Fundraiser…

  • Haiti Support Group Speaks to TRT World

    Andy Leak of the Haiti Support Group speaks to Martin Stanford on Insight at TRT World about the recent elections…

  • Inconvenient Truth: Hurricane Matthew & Cholera

    Hurricane Matthew made landfall at Les Anglais, Haiti on the 4 October 2016. The category 4 storm brought 150mph winds,…

  • Hurricane Matthew: An Update from the Haiti Support Group

    Many of you have contacted us over the last few days to ask what you can do in light of…

  • Help Victims Hold UN to Account

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    Democracy Discouraged: HSG Report on 2015 Elections

    Democracy Discouraged: Haiti’s 2015 Elections (NEW YORK, September 19, 2016) As Haiti prepares for presidential and legislative elections on October…

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    Unwanted Gifts: A Concise History of Harming Haiti (HB81)

    In October 2010, a United Nations Stabilisation Mission (MINUSTAH) base near Mirebalais polluted the Meille River with faecal matter. The…

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