At IJDH, we claim very few accomplishments as exclusively our own. We recognize that each of our victories results from working with organizations in Haiti and the U.S., as well as with individual clients, activists, students, lawyers, volunteers, and supporters. Together we have worked to strengthen the rule of law and open the doors of justice for Haiti’s poor – a proven solution to many of Haiti’s chronic problems. We are grateful to our partners for their determination and collaboration without which our work would not be possible. IJDH has recently worked with the following organizations to achieve justice for Haiti’s poor:
A special thanks to Still Harbor. The Institute for Justice & Democracy is grateful to be part of the Still Harbor Community at their Center for Discernment & Action in South Boston, MA. Still Harbor is dedicated to supporting and accompanying individuals and organizations as they wrestle with life’s most difficult questions and strive to find meaning and purpose in the context of national and global realities. Read more about Still Harbor at www.stillharbor.org.