|Blog Roger Annis, Kim Ives | A laudable radio documentary on CBC falls short in identifying why so much of post-earthquake aid to Haiti has failed.|
Geeta Gandbhir on gender disparity, others and her new film 'A Journey of a 1000 Miles: PeaceKeepers'Face2Face | Listen in as Geeta talks about why she wanted to make a "kick-ass" story about women, gender justice and how little things make a big difference.
|Blog Mark Phillips | Op-ed in Toronto Star challenges Canada's past and present anti-democratic and interventionist policies in Haiti.|
|Blog Roger Annis | Two investigations by NPR and ProPublica reveal a record of failure and deception by the American Red Cross in Haiti. What about its Canadian partner?|
|Blog Fernando Moyano | Uruguay has, by far, the largest per capita participation from Latin America in the UN Security Council military occupation of Haiti. What's going on?|
|Blog Marjorie Cohen | A new book on Haiti is one of the very best overviews of what has, and has not, taken place in Haiti since the devastating earthquake of 2010.|
|Blog Roger Annis, Travis Ross | Haitians are marking the catatrophic earthquake that struck five years ago. Haiti still suffers from a cruel economic order and foreign occupation. But the people are massively resisting.|
Popular demonstrations in Haiti demand elections, resignation of Michel Martelly as regime scrambles to save itselfCanada Haiti Action Network editors | The UN Security Council and its foreign power backers in Haiti are scrambling to save the neo-colonial political apparatus assembled following the 2010 earthquake.
|Blog Haiti Canada blog | The former ambassador of Canada to the United Nations speaks out on UN accountability for the cholera epidemic in Haiti.|
Organization of American States insider reveals details of illegal foreign intervention against Haitian democracyCenter for Economic Policy Research | Brazilian diplomat Ricardo Seitenfus made headlines in late 2010 when he slammed the United Nations and the U.S.-Canada-France over their treatment of Haiti. Now he's back with a book.
|Blog Roger Annis | The following articles and statements are among the best reporting on Haiti four years following the devastating earthquake of January 12, 2010.|
|Blog Center for Economic Policy Research | Two thirds of Haitians are going hungry, according to a recent report by Associated Press.|
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