Latest Haiti Democracy News

Third Way Launched

By Juno 7. Neither the violence of the so-called “left” nor the corruption of the so-called right, but entrepreneurs joining with the people to modernize the government

Haiti Project Called it in 2017

We went out on a limb while others hemmed and hawed. “The withdrawal is based on wishful thinking. The U.N.’s ounce of prevention has averted a ton of troubles.”

U.N. Mandate for 20 Years Proposed

The U.N.’s most dynamic leader in Haiti, Edmund Mulet, calls for it to return for twenty years with the power to take the necessary decisions. There have been five U.N. missions that have come and gone whenever the Security Council thought Haiti had attained stability

Good Practical Advice for Haiti

Some $1.4 billion in Dominican goods pour across the border every year, paying next to no taxes. The leading thinktank the Center for Strategic and International Studies shows how Haiti could balance its budget by just collecting a moderate duty on this commodity tsunami.

Our Tenth Senatorial Delegation

Haiti Democracy Project brought three senators to make Haiti’s case to Washington during March 5-8, 2019. They saw six members of Congress, the State Department, the Inter-American Development Bank, and leading thinktanks