Panel discussion on Al Jazeera: The case of cholera in Haiti

Al Jazeera’s Inside Story program discussed the importance of the fight for justice for cholera victims in Haiti on its broadcast of Dec. 20, 2012. You can watch a podcast of that 30 minute broadcast here (beginning at the one minute mark).
 
The panel discussion included:
* Brian Concannon, Director of the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti
* Jonathan Katz, former Associated Press Haiti correspondent and author of the forthcoming 'The Big Truck That Went By: How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster'
* Rishi Rattan, Chair, Advocacy Sub-Committee, Physicians for Haiti
* Yves Point du Jour, a Haitian radio host in Washington D.C.
 
P.S. Please watch an end of year 2012, four-minute video of the work of the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti. It is titled, "What does human rights and justice mean to you?" Watch it here. In it, you can learn how you can support the work of the IJDH and its partner office in Haiti, the Bureau des avocats internationaux.
 
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