Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Boston Office Opening Event

Many thanks to those of you who helped celebrate our office opening on September 14! The evening was a great success, with over 80 people in attendance, delicious Haitian rum punch, pikliz and more, served and prepared by our amazing team of IJDH interns and volunteers. The celebration featured some inspiring speeches from: Manolia Charlotin, Boston Haitian Reporter Editor; Marie St. Fleur, Esq., Boston Mayor Thomas Menino’s Chief of Advocacy and Strategic Investment; Wadner Oge,Esq., IJDH volunteer; Rob Broggi, IJDH board member; and our very own Brian Concannon, Esq., IJDH Director. We were thrilled to share the evening with so many of our supporters, partners, and members of the Haitian community. The entire IJDH team is grateful for such a warm welcoming to Boston! For those of you who were not able to attend, we are sorry we missed you […]

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September 6, 2005: Plan for Worldwide Solidarity Protests on September 30 A Call to Action in Solidarity with Haiti, Sept. 30th Organizing Committee   International Day of Solidarity with Haiti, September 30 Foundation    

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AHP News – August 24, 2005 – English translation (Unofficial)     ———————————————————————— The General Directorate of the PNH affirms its intention to put an end to the “lynching” of Haitians in the populist districts: the police spokesperson affirms that she has no precise information on the tragedy at Grand’ Ravine ———————————————————————— Port-au-Prince, August 24, 2005 (AHP)- The General Directorate of the national police expressed serious concern Wednesday at the repetition of acts of “lynching” of individuals considered, it said, to be dangerous criminals. In a press release  signed by police Director General Mario Andrésol, the PNH said that while it recognizes the right of populations to self-defense, it is obliged to point out to them that the practice of popular justice constitutes a violation of the penal code and an act against public order that can be subject to […]

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