Haiti

Haiti One Year Later: Still Waiting On Aid

The following alert was originally circulated by our friends at SOAW. Tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary of the tragic earthquake in Haiti that left 230,000 Haitians dead, hundreds of thousands injured, and over 1.5 million homeless. In spite of an initial massive out pour of international solidarity, over a million Haitians remain in temporary shelters…

Haiti Delegation Report Available Now

The Latin American Solidarity Coalition (LASC) sent a delegation to Haiti just prior to the earthquake. Two Alliance for Global Justice employees attended the delegation. The delegation’s report was just completed and is available now. Please read LASC’s Haiti Delegation Report.

No Support for Haiti’s Undemocratic Elections

Demands: 1. No financial support for February legislative elections. 2. No recognition of elections that exclude major political parties, including Haiti’s largest party Fanmi Lavalas. 3. No election monitoring because it would legitimize an undemocratic process 4. Stop election interference by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), International Republican Institute (IRI), National Democratic Institute (NDI),…

U.S. – Canada Delegation Condemns Human Rights Situation in Haiti

[Today, Jan. 4, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, a delegation organized by the Latin America Solidarity Coalition held a press conference to denounce human rights violations in Haiti. Alliance for Global Justice National Co-Coordinators James Jordan and Chuck Kaufman are participating in the delegation. Following is the statement released to the press.] The Latin American Solidarity…