What binds the US, French and Haitian revolutions together? HSG from Central Park, New York, 17-03-2012 To the New York Historical Society’s ground-breaking exhibition, Revolution!
Public Lecture and workshops on Haiti at University College London Venue: Christopher Ingold Lecture Theatre, Gordon St. Date/Time: 15 November, 5.30pm In this, the first
Haitian Cholera Victims Sue UN for Gross Negligence. Press Release by the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti and the Bureaux des Avocats Internationaux
Photo: Tomas aftermath in Leogane – © Canadian Red Cross
JONATHAN M. KATZ, The Associated Press
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Tropical Storm Tomas pushed northward Saturday after hitting parts of Haiti as a hurricane, leaving villagers to mop up, evacuees to return to their tents and most everyone relieved that the country did not suffer what could have been its first big disaster since the January earthquake.
Former Haitian PM Claudette Werleigh speaking at CAFOD On 12 November former Haitian Prime Minister Claudette Werleigh will deliver CAFOD’s 2010 Pope Paul VI. Lecture.
HSG reporting from Port-au-Prince, 22-04-2012 We have arrived in Port-au-Prince as part of our 18 month campaign to move the European Union development policy more
June 17, 2013 Haiti Grassroots Watch Port-au-Prince, HAITI – Three years after its star-studded launch by President René Préval, actor Sean Penn and various other Haitian
Total Sum of IDB and World Bank Ambitions for Haiti HSG reporting from Port-au-Prince, 25-04-2012 A report filed by MEPs on the Budget Control Committee
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Nov 16, 2010 (IPS) – “People are going to take the body to MINUSTAH to show them what they did,” Jean-Luc Surfin told IPS by phone as riots erupted against Haiti’s U.N. peacekeeping force on Monday in the northern city of Cap-Haitien.
Haiti-Dominican Republic Trade: Exports or Exploits? December 21, 2012,Milo Milfort/Haiti Grassroots Watch “I get everything at the Haiti-Dominican Republic: carrots, squash, eggplant, cabbage, peppers, eggs,
On 21/22 June 2010 the Institute of the Americas and the David Nicholls Trust held a very useful Conference “From Duvalier to Preval: Haiti Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”. The Conference covered a whole range of political, cultural and social issues. Click here for the full programme.