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"Transition to What?": Special Report on Haiti's Housing and Shelter Crisis By Haiti Grassroots Watch, Published August...
By Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti September 2, 2011, http://ijdh.org/archives/21138  
Sept 5, 2011   Al Jazeera news is reporting extensively on the criminal conduct of MINUSTAH soldiers from Uruguay in and around...
"Language is one of the means that wealthy Haitians have used to exclude the impoverished majority of the people..." By...
By Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti September 2, 2011, http://ijdh.org/archives/21138  
U.N. Peacekeepers Accused of Sexually Assaulting Haitian Teen Alleged Assault Caught on Video, Shows Victim Held Down By Uniformed Men...
Why It Took Eleven Months Instead of Three Weeks to Show that Haiti's Cholera Is Nepalese: A Tale of Noble and Ignoble Scientists,...
Garry Conille: The Neo-Liberal Pedigree of Haiti Latest Prime Minister Nominee By Kim Ives It is a common misconception, both in...
By the Council On Hemispheric Affairs, August 30, 2011 This analysis was prepared by COHA Research Associate Elizabeth Rust
A study on the future of Brazil in Haiti by the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (Washington DC). Prepared by COHA intern Alex...
"Transition to What?": Special Report on Haiti's Housing and Shelter Crisis By Haiti Grassroots Watch, Published August...
100 days into Michel Martelly’s presidency: Survey reveals government’s closure of camps conflicts with durable housing...
By Cordelia Hebblethwaite, BBC News, 24 August 2011 Creole is the mother tongue in Haiti, but children do most of their schooling in...
By Tyler Shipley Published in The Bullet, August 25, 2011