Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Listen to IJDH’s Brian Concannon Straight from the World Justice Forum in Barcelona, Spain (IJDH-BAI)

The Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti (IJDH) Founder and Director Brian Concannon gives the first of a series of audio recordings that IJDH’s and its Haitian affiliate the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux (BAI)’s staff will produce that talk about their work for justice in Haiti.

In this recording, Brian gives highlights from the World Justice Forum, a conference with over 450 diverse leaders — from former heads of state and Supreme Court justices, to medical doctors, schoolteachers, engineers, business owners and artists — that promotes development of projects and the advancement of the rule of law across disciplines, as well as an introduction to IJDH-BAI’s work.

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Brian Concannon helped prepare the prosecution of the Raboteau Massacre trial in 2000, one of the most significant human rights cases any­where in the Western Hemisphere and represented the plaintiff in Yvon Neptune v. Haiti, the only Haiti case ever tried before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.

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