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United Nations News Service, May 31, 2013 Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed career diplomat Sandra Honoré of Trinidad and…

By Kim Ives, published in Haiti Liberté, May 22, 2013   On May 8, lawyers representing over 5,000 Haitian cholera victims told the…
By Kim Ives, published in Haiti Liberté, May 22, 2013 Delegates from around the world will converge on Port-au-Prince May 31 to take…

By Kim Ives, Haïti Liberté, May 15, 2013 Well over 15,000 people poured out from all corners of Haiti’s capital to march alongside the…

URGENT ACTION: DEATH THREAT TO HUMAN RIGHTS LAWYER IN HAITI By Amnesty International, May 22, 2013 A human rights lawyer in Port-au-…
Monday, May 13, 2013 Dear Friends, This past Saturday, our colleague Mario Joseph of the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux (BAI)…

Haiti's ex-President Aristide breaks silence By Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald, May 10, 2013 Former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand…

The Sculptors of Grand Rue (Haiti) Art exhibition at Riflemaker Gallery, London UK May 13 to July 29, 2013 Curated by Leah Gordon…

Efraín Ríos Montt held to account for abuses in campaign that killed an estimated 200,000 and led to 45,000 disappearances By Sibylla…
By Beverly Bell, published on Truthout, May 9, 2013 Below, Haitian women workers tell of their experiences in sweatshops. These…
Protecting Peacekeepers & Their Public: A report card on UN implementation of their recommendations for cholera in Haiti By…
By Beverly Bell,  published on Other Worlds, April 30, 2013 Marjorie Valcelat ran an embroidery machine in a factory from 2005 to 2008…

By Yves Pierre-Louis, Haiti Liberté, May 1, 2013 Since President Michel Martelly’s accession to power two years ago, corruption has…

Official development assistance is supposed to contribute to the reduction of poverty, take into account the perspectives of the poor…