Haiti

Haiti

Event

Human rights, Haiti's earthquake and the international community

Oct 5, 2010 to Oct 6, 2010
Simon Fraser University (SFU) Harbour Centre
515 West Hastings (at Waterfront Station)
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 17' 2.8968" N, 123° 6' 43.5168" W
British Columbia CA
Join leading human rights activists to discuss the current political situation in Haiti and the ongoing role of the international community.
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DisOrientation 2010 @ York University

Political and Social Justice - Radically Different, Politically Progressive

DisOrientation 2010 @ York University ::Taking Back OUR Campus!::

- Keele Campus: September 23 to October 1
- Workshops :: Actions :: Film Screenings :: FREE Concert
- ALL Welcome :: ALL Events are FREE & ACCESSIBLE :: Child Care Available

News
Aug 23, 2010
Haitians in Cité Soleil queue for food after the earthquake, in January 2010. Photo: The United Nations

Money flows uphill: An update from Cité Soleil

Paul Jackson and Joegodson Déralciné
Canadians who have donated to Haiti after the earthquake believe they are helping the victims. They're not. It's simply extraordinary to see how corporate power continues to profit at every turn.
Photos
Aug 10, 2010
How one Haitian school is trying to help its students and teachers.

The struggle for education in Haiti

Darren Ell
The story of how one Haitian school is trying to help its students and teachers, and what it represents for the rest of the country.
News
Aug 10, 2010
A photo in SOPUDEP's school office of a kindergarten student who died in the earthquake.  Affectionately known as "Préval" because of a family connection to the country's president, she was one of 28 students who died. All photos: Darren Ell

The struggle for education in Haiti

Darren Ell
The story of how one Haitian school is trying to help its students and teachers, and what it represents for the rest of the country.

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