Voice from Haiti: “We’re Tired of Living in Tents” HSG reporting from Port-au-Prince, 03-10-2011 “We are people! We want homes,” chanted about 80 Haitians still
Justice pour Jean Dominique et Jean Claude Louissaint! Press release from the Foundation to Echo the Voice of Jean Dominique Port-au-Prince, February, 2002 Esteemed friends,
The Promise, Politics and Profit of Primary Education for All. From Haiti Briefing 73 (February 2013) On May 26, 2011, just 12 days after his
OAS Visit Dominican Republic after Citizenship Ruling. Article by Caribbean 360, November 1, 2013 WASHINGTON D.C., United States, Wednesday October 30, 2013, CMC – The
UK/Europe visit by leading Haitian human rights lawyer: put Haitians in charge of their own development The second anniversary of the earthquake of 12 January
Photo: Corail-Celesse – © Oxfam International
Port-au-Prince, Haiti – nine months after the catastrophic earthquake which killed some 300,000 and left 1.3 million homeless, as reports and articles denounce the terrible conditions in Haiti’s 1,354 squalid refugee camps, the new grassroots “reconstruction watch” effort, Ayiti Kale Je or Haiti Grassroots Watch decided to look into the issue.
Latortue Government just as Lax as its Predecessor Extract from Reporters Without Borders open letter to Haiti’s presidential candidates 10 October 2005 (preamble): The situation
The Dominican Ruling which could Leave Thousands Stateless BBC Online, October 10, 2013 By LORENA ARROYO, BBC NEWS LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN “My father came
HSG Advocacy on EU aid: Looking for Light at the End of the Chunnel HSG reporting from Brussels, 09-01-2012 To Brussels, to initate our 18-month
Outsourcing sovereignty – An interview with Justin Podur on Haiti’s new dictatorship January 1, 2013 Isabeau Doucet, briarpatch magazine. Original article here During the buildup
Speech delivered by Phillip Wearne of the HAITI SUPPORT GROUP as part of a House of Commons public meeting on Haiti to mark the first
Port-au-Prince, le 25 octobre 2010 – (AHP)
L’Organisation des États Américains (OEA) et le Ministère des Travaux publics, Transports et Communications d’Haïti ont annoncé aujourd’hui une contribution du secteur privé de 1, 5 million de dollars pour le projet FONCIER HAÏTI, élaboré par l’ONACA (Office national du Cadastre) et l’OEA.