The brave owner of Radio Kiskeya attended a Haiti Democracy Project seminar twenty years ago that focused on the undermining of the police. a key issue still plaguing Haiti. Later, our web page covered the delivery of a shotgun bullet to her radio station with a letter threatening to kill her if she did not air a demand that France repay billions of dollars of reparations
The president of the Dominican Republic says that Kenya has agreed to send a thousand police with U.S. support
A paper derived from several workshops. The Federation of Women Mayors worked out this task list in consultation with the Women Candidates and other organizations. Basis of discussion at the June 2, 2023 atélier presented below and provides an overview of the deep economic, social, and political problems facing Haiti’s women
Faire entrer les femmes dans le gouvernement local. We join a workshop on June 2, 2023 with the Federation of Women Mayors on how to elect more women to local government. Slideshow
The Regroupement National des Femmes Candidates participates by Zoom in the Transition Council’s meeting. Council president Mirlande Manigat lays out a schedule for elections and improved governance. Agenda item no. 1 is restoring security.
By Sauveur Pierre Etienne. The population’s spontaneous resistance to the gangs is a force to be reckoned with, yet undirected it could lead to anarchy. It remains the responsibility of the Haitian elite to forge a functioning state extending its sovereignty over the whole territory,