Monthly archive

By CHAN website editors, Nov 8, 2014 Author and law professor Fran Quigley has written an important book about Haiti's future. In 'How…
By Michael Perelman, Counterpunch, October 28, 2014 Globalization, in some ways, resembles the process of climate change. Both are…
By Brian Concannon, Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti, Oct 24, 2014 "Today we took another important step towards justice with a…
By Frandley Denis Julien, Miami Herald, October 2, 2014 Come Jan. 15, Haiti’s bicameral parliament will cease to function as the term of…
By Lorenzo Fiorito, rabble.ca, October 17, 2014 The United Nations Security Council has renewed for one year its military occupation of…
By Olivia Crellin, america.aljazeera.com, October 22, 2014 Delama Georges lives one stop from the end of the No. 2 train line in Brooklyn,…
By Fran Quigley, opendemocracy.net, October 22, 2014 Chris Jochnick recently posed a critically important question when he asked if courts…
By Thomas Péralte & Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, October 22, 2014 On Oct. 17, the 208th anniversary of the assassination of Haiti's…
By Ben Terrall, counterpunch, October 12, 2014 The October 4 death of former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier in Port-au-Prince has…
For the 10th year since the forcible removal of elected Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide from Haiti, the United Nations has renewed…
By Reuters, in New York Times, April 16, 2014 A post-earthquake housing program in Haiti financed by the United States Agency for…
By Paul Farmer, in "Diary', London Review of Books, Vol 36, #20, Oct 23, 2014 I have just returned from Liberia with a group of physicians…
Congressional hearing on FRAPH documents (Haiti) Radio Kajou, USA, Oct 7 2014  Q - the reports that the U.S. has some documents which were…
By Thomas Peralte, Haiti Liberte, Oct 7, 2014 On Sat., Oct. 4, 2014, at about 10 am, word of the death of Haiti's former tyrant, Jean-…
Quest for Philippines typhoon data spins in Canada’s bureaucracy’s vortex To try to find out how many Typhoon Haiyan victims were fast-…
By Jacqueline Charles, The Miami Herald, Oct. 8, 2014 Haiti’s former President-for-life Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier will have to settle…
Canada, the U.S., and international financial institutions are pouring millions into security programming in Central America, in part to…
Canada made the biggest monetary cut to foreign aid of any country in 2013, marking a four-year national low, an international report…
PRESS ADVISORY: Hearing Set For UN Cholera Case District Court to rule on UN claim to absolute immunity from justice (New York, October 7,…
By Roger Annis, published on Truthout, Oct. 8, 2014 Jean-Claude Duvalier, the tyrant who ruled Haiti from 1971 to 1986, has died in Haiti…
By Amy Wilentz, published on her website, Oct 5, 2014 Jean-Claude Duvalier is dead. I never met him. I saw him just once, at the airport in…
By Marian Scott, The Gazette, October 5, 2014 Montreal’s Haitian community greeted the death of former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude…
By Kim Ives, Haiti Liberté, October 1, 2014 September 26 was a full day of protest for hundreds of Haitians living in the New York…