“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
There are no Haitians in the Montreal neighborhood where Lovely lives.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (sentinel.ht) - On Tuesday, Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe said he would be supporting the draf
Haiti's President Michel Martelly honored Maria Bello on Tuesday for her advocacy work on behalf of the Caribbean cou
The Organization of American States (OAS) and the government of Chile have signed a letter of intent to strengthen ca
From March 7–9, the ABA Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI)—in cooperation with the Haitian Ministry of Jus
The levels of literacy in Haiti are low, but among the most vulnerable groups living in camps they are even lower.
In one year since CGI commitment, Digital Democracy has trained 150 women and built a database documenting over 400 c
By now you may have heard about an accusation of terrible cruelty on the part of Uruguayan peacekeepers in Haiti.
The Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon sent Wednesday in Port-au-Prince three senior UN officials as part of the correctiv
Alberto Breccia, a presidential spokesman, said "there is a criminal complaint drawn up by the military" to
The United Nations said today that Uruguay should conduct a full and thorough investigation into allegations of sexua
The way Robert Darvin sees it, he is one of the lucky ones.
Life after Haiti's earthquake has been especially difficult and dangerous for displaced women and girls.
Some 14 months after Haiti's earthquake, activists say there is an ongoing epidemic of rape and gender-based violence
Nearly seven years ago, the soldiers who killed Halya Lagunesse's husband gang-raped the Haitian woman and her then-1
Halya Lagunesse thought she knew despair.
Ms Alexandra Cohen, an eighth grader from Montreal, Canada has made a passionate plea for effective measures to prote
PORT-AU-PRINCE/NEW YORK, Jan 6, 2011 (IPS) - Up a rubble-strewn street, turn right past a crumbled house, and 60 men
The January 2010 earthquake devastated Haiti.
The protection of women and girls in camps for people displaced by the earthquake which devastated Haiti last January
Nearly ten months after the January 12 earthquake, the people of Haiti are still living in a state of emergency, with
"I'm going to do everything possible to raise my daughter. My daughter is my future.
Since the January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti, women and girls living in the internally displaced persons (IDP) camp
Five months after the earthquake, security in Haiti's refugee camps remains dire.
On a quest to find a new project for the University of Virginia School of Law's International Human Rights Clinic, cl
The list of what needs to be fixed in Haiti is distressingly long, and progress has been frustratingly slow.
Bangladesh's first female contingent to be deployed to an UN peacekeeping mission arrived today (1 June) in quake-rav
Latin-American countries are important contributors within the peace operations scenario.
Shockingly high levels of violence against women in Haiti forced the U.N.
In french, IANSA women in Haiti have submitted a shadow report to highlight specific issues and in this way maintain
In a climate of deep insecurity and escalating violence, Haitian women, the backbone of Haitian society and economy,
Diana and Lisa's recent trip to Haiti reminded us of the remarkable power in a simple tool: a plastic whistle.
It's been a year since Haiti was hit by the devastating earthquake that crumbled structures, cut short lives, and imp
This past Saturday marked three years since Haiti was stuck by a devastating earthquake.
Blowing the Whistle on Sexual Violence.