As the UN leaves Haiti, its victims still wait for justice, An Op-Ed by Sandra Wisner

Originally Published on Al Jazeera French Translation Here Op-Ed written by Sandra Wisner, IJDH Bertha Fellow Today, the UN ends its 15-year long peacekeeping presence in Haiti. Ostensibly sent to reinforce security,…

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Featured in Le Nouvelliste!: Mario Joseph, Esq. is Living in Pursuit of Human Rights

PDF version here Mario Joseph, Esq. is Living in Pursuit of Human Rights Behind the calls for justice for victims of sexual assaults committed by UN troops and especially the…

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Me Mario Joseph, une vie engagée pour la cause des droits humains

Original article can be found here English version here Les violences sexuelles commises par les Casques bleus des Nations unies et surtout l'introduction du choléra par son contingent népalais ont…

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Latest book from Ricardo Seitenfus, Les Nations unies et le choléra en Haïti: coupables mais non responsables?

Le Procès est Fait: BAI’s Mario Joseph on Ricardo Seitenfus’ Latest Book on Cholera in Haiti

Original article written in Le Nouvelliste on December 3, 2018. English Version here. BAI's managing attorney, Mario Joseph, is the author of the preface to the latest book by Ricardo…

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IJDH’s Brian Concannon Talks About His Two-Decade Experience as an International Human Rights Lawyer in Haiti

"...our biggest case is the case of the UN cholera. We work with people who were, who got cholera, which is an infectious disease that has killed about 10,000 Haitians…

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