ACTO CONTINENTAL POR LA RETIRADA INMEDIATA DE LAS TROPAS DE LA ONU DE HAITI

29 de Octubre, São Paulo-Brasil En octubre, el Consejo de Seguridad de La ONU discutirá la permanencia de la “Misión para la Estabilización de Haití” (MINUSTAH) por otro año más. El informe del Secretario General de la ONU indica la renovación del mandato de las tropas. En Brasil, el nuevo ministro de Defensa, Celso Amorin, … Continue reading

Shelters in Léogâne inspected by Clinton Foundation

Isabeau Doucet and Isabel Macdonald Special to The Gazette The Clinton Foundation has made public the results of its inspection of 20 trailers installed at four locations in Leogane, after an investigative report by The Nation, The Gazette and the Canadian Centre for Investigative Reporting found a host of problems with the units designed to … Continue reading

Destrucción de los cerdos criollos haitiano y la economia de Haiti

Etant Dupain En los años 70 Haití producía el 80% de todo lo que consumíamos y exportaba grandes cantidades de Arroz, cacao y café entre otras materias primas, para todo el mundo, la producción del cerdo criollo era representando aproximadamente 50% en la economía nacional por que por lo menos cada familia tenia un cerdo … Continue reading

Haitians Condemn New Disposals of MINUSTAH Feces near River in Hinche

defend.ht Defend Haiti HINCHE, Haiti – The population of the East Central Plateau condemns the acts of the United Nations Mission for Stabilization in Haiti (MINUSTAH), which on Saturday and Sunday poured fecal matter in the Guayamouc river. The residents of Sully, east Hinche, were angry when several United Nations MINUSTAH trucks disposed on August … Continue reading

The Haitian Government Doesn’t Respect the Rights of Haitians

The Haitian Government is violating the rights of Haitians more seriously than the non-governmental organizations (NGOS). During recent weeks, destroying the camps of the internally displaced people has become something normal. And now the Mayor of Port-au-Prince has evicted 514 families that were living in the Sylivo Cator soccer stadium, without respect to their rights … Continue reading

Threats and Violence Against IDPs at Camp Django

By: Jeena Shah, Esq., Bureau des Avocats Internationaux/Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti Camp Django, home to approximately 250 families who lost their homes in the January 12, 2010 earthquake, has been the victim of several threats of forced eviction, the most violent of them occurring during the last 24 hours.  Yesterday, 3 police officers … Continue reading

Leta Ayisyen pa respekte dwa Ayisyen

Leta Ayisyen ap vyole dwa Ayisyen pi mal pase ONG, depi kèk tan kraze kan deplase vin yon bagay ki nòmal. Meri pòtoprens ekspilse 514 fanmi ki tap viv nan stad Sylvio Cator sa respekte dwa yo ak diyite. Yon lòt fwa ankò leta Ayisyen vyole konvansyon entènasyonal dwa moun nan, ki rekonèt dwa tout … Continue reading

An nou pote kole pou dekole Minustah

28 Jiyè 1915-28 Jiyè 2011, sa fè 96 lane depi lame enperyalis Etazini yo te debake nan peyi a pou yo te okipe nou pandan 19 lane, touye anpil pitit peyi a, bwote tout richès peyi a. 96 lane aprè gwo pisans enperyalis yo ak Neyokolonyalis yo kouwè : Etazini, Kanada ak Lafrans sèvi ak … Continue reading

Declaration of Civil Society Organizations about Evictions, Credit for Housing and the IHRC

We, the undersigned organisations, wish to make a statement on three main points dominating the current reality in Haiti: Government sanctioned camp evictions Credit for housing Extension of the IHRC mandate 1. Regarding the evictions. In these past days, we have observed an official operation which started with Mayor Wilson Jeudy in the Delmas area, … Continue reading

Deklarasyon Oganizasyon Sosyal sou Ekspilsyon, Kay Pam avek CIRH

Nou menm òganizasyon ki siyen nòt sa a, nou vle bay opinyon nou sou 3 gwo pwen ki domine aktyalite peyi a : 1. Fason gouvènman an ap degèpi moun ki nan kan yo 2. Koze kredi pou kay la 3. Zafè pwolonje manda CIRH la   1. Sou ka espilsyon yo. Nan jou sa yo, … Continue reading