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Yves Engler | Within the prevailing structural constraints, journalists have some flexibility in whether they "comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable" or serve power.
RabbleTV
Greg Macdougall | Mario Joseph describes the context and leadup to the foreign kidnapping of Haitian President Aristide in 2004, and talks about the situation in Haiti since that time.
Podcast
Justin Podur, Matt Adams | Author Justin Podur issues a powerful challenge and wake-up call to the international NGO and development community about the international occupation of Haiti.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The use of irregular armed organizations to suppress democratic struggles has a long history in Haiti. That history extends to the current government of President Martelly.
Podcast
Redeye
Jane Williams | In 2011, Wikileaks released secret U.S. government cables to the independent newspaper Haiti Liberte. The cables reveal a long history of interference in the internal politics of Haiti.
Podcast
Canada out of Haiti
Riaz Sayani-Mulji, Ryan Sparrow | We speak with Roger Annis, co-ordinator of the Canada Haiti Action Network, on his recent delegation to Haiti, the detrimental effects of corporate NGOs on the rebuilding process, and more.
Podcast
Riaz Sayani-Mulji, Ryan Sparrow | We speak with Kevin Edmonds of the Canada Haiti Action Network and Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti on rebuilding after the 2010 earthquake, the Canadian coup d'etat of 2004, and more.
News
Michel Martelly makes an appearance at the Lycee Petionville polling station during the recent Haitian elections. Photo: Rozanna Fang/Flickr
Kevin Edmonds and Roger Annis | The inauguration of Michel Martelly to the Haitian presidency on May 14 should sound serious alarm for those concerned with human rights, justice and the rule of law in the country.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Late at night on March 17, former Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide boarded a small plane with his family in Johannesburg. The following morning, he arrived in Haiti.
News
Stuart Hammond | It would be nice to see more official support for the overthrown former president of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, from Canadian politicians of the left.
News
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Kevin Edmonds in Port-au-Prince | The current health crisis has blatantly underscored how aid to Haiti has not been given with the intention of making the island more self sufficient, but more dependent on the international community.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Haiti's fate as one of the poorest countries in the hemisphere has not been inevitable. It's history has been marked by political and economic conflict.