Signatures. The Haiti Support Group has coordinated the collection of signatures for the Campaign from individuals and organisations outside North America and the Caribbean. At
by Charles Arthur Three artists from the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, have been making a big impact during a month-long visit to England. Jean Hérald Celeur,
Haiti in Focus: a Guide to the People, Politics and Culture by Charles Arthur Published by Interlink Books, New York / Latin America Bureau, London,
Amnesty International Requests Urgent Action on DR Ruling Amnesty International has called for urgent action regarding a ruling by the Dominican Republic Constitutional Court that
UN DPKO Medical and Field Support Protocols
“Ensure Prompt and Appropriate Follow Up”
The crucial steps to be taken if we are to avoid this happening again
In December 2010 the UN Secretary General announced his intention to form an independent panel of experts to investigate and advise on the cholera outbreak in Haiti.
In January 2011, he named the four expert members.
In February they visited Haiti and began their fieldwork.
On May 3 they handed in a 32-page report that began and ended with 7 specific recommendations. Those recommendations are amongst our handouts here.
Read them and you will see that the first three pertain to UN internal procedures, medical screening, treatment, vaccination and sanitation in the field.
British agencies urge UK to help prioritise the needs of Haiti’s poor To: The Right Honourable Hilary Benn, MP Secretary of State for International Development
Walking on Fire: Haitian Women’s Stories of Survival and Resistance by Beverly Bell Published by Cornell University Press Beverly Bell’s remarkable book allows thirty-eight Haitian
Major Writer-Artist Frankétienne in Scotland, 17-21 March 2014 Friday 21 March, Glasgow: Performance of Chaophonies; Tuesday 18 March, Edinburgh: Meet Frankétienne, Screening, Q&A Haiti’s major
Live Broadcast on Statelessness in the Dominican Republic Courtesy of The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights http://rfkcenter.org/event-panel-on-statelessness-in-the-dominican-republic-2 Place: The George Washington
Group of 184 is dominated by private sector business associations. Haiti’s civil society: So much more than the 184 – Haiti Support Group press release,
Antoine Adrien: Liberation theology activist and mentor of Jean-Bertrand Aristide Associated Press – May 14 2003 Antoine Adrien, a Catholic pastor whose order was forced
Resistance to Occupation & Repression in Haiti: Celebrating 10 Years To commemorate International Women’s Day and in celebration of 10 years of women’s resistance to
Hundreds Face Violent Forced Eviction: Urgent Action (Copy of statement issued by Amnesty International, 18 October 2013) Hundreds of people left homeless after the January