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Both Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have issued statements calling on Haiti's justice system to prosecute Jean-Claude 'Baby…
The following article appeared in the Friday, January 13 edition of the Toronto Star, Canada's largest circulation daily newspaper. That…
A Former Dictator Reappears in Haiti By Randal C. Archibold, New York Times, January 15, 2011 MEXICO CITY — Haiti’s political crisis took…
BY JACQUELINE CHARLESThe Miami Herald, January 16, 2011 PORT-AU-PRINCE -- A report on the disputed preliminary results of Haiti's Nov.…
A new report on womens' rights in Haiti has just been issued. Thirty one pages long, it is titled, "Our Bodies Are Still Trembling: Haitian…
Korean factories to become Haiti's No. 1 employer By JONATHAN M. KATZhttp://www.businessweek.com/ap/financialnews/D9KMGUI00.htm The…
By Ansel Hertz Published on Mediahacker, January 13, 2011 On Monday night at a Port-au-Prince hotel, a foreign media worker overseeing a…
CEPR Publishes New report examining election By Robert Naiman, Truth Out, Thursday 13 January 2011 California Rep. Maxine Waters has…
More at The Real News "Haiti, One Year Later": Paul Jay of the Real News Network interviews Nicole Lee, President of the TransAfrica Forum…
By Beatrice Lindstrom Published on CIP Americas Program, January 13, 2011 Along Avenue John Brown in Port-au-Prince, freshly painted…
By Isabeau DoucetThe Nation, January 12, 2011 In the aftermath of the earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12, 2010, those who were…
By Beatrice Lindstrom, Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti AlterNet, January 12, 2011 Port-au-Prince, Haiti -- On a Sunday…
Authors: Paul Farmer, Brian Concannon, Jr., Beat Rohr, Robert Maguire Interviewer: Toni Johnson, Senior Staff Writer, Council on Foreign…
DemocracyNow! features an hour-long special on the one-year anniversary of the Tè Tremblé. Amy Goodman interviews Alex Dupuy, Patrick…
By Mark Weisbrot The Guardian commentary, Monday 10 January 2011 Mark Weisbrot of the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) in…
By Alex DupuyStabroek (Guyana), Monday, January 10, 2011 Alex Dupuy, a native of Haiti, is a professor of sociology at Wesleyan…