Institute for Justice & Democracy (IJDH) published its latest Human Rights Update, a report covering key recent developments related to human rights and rule of law in Haiti from June through November 2021.
"Doing nothing in the face of such a crisis, and allowing a lengthy process to play out will take some forbearance. But it is exactly what Haitians, who understand their context much better than people in the United States, are asking us to do. We owe them that chance."
39 Human and Civil Rights Leaders Tell President Biden:
"Your Administration Stands at a Precipice"
BAI's Mario Joseph advocates for a Haitian led solution to carve out a democratic path for the nation. Read the article in Spanish in El Pais and find the English translation attached here.
The Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti is a U.S.-based human rights non-profit organization. Established in 2004, it is a partnership of human rights advocates in Haiti and the U.S., dedicated to tackling the root causes of injustice that impacts basic human rights in Haiti.