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Nicole Phillips interview with Africa Now: Haiti Beyond Hurricane Matthew

Check out the podcast below for an interview with IJDH’s Nicole Philips with Africa Now. Phillips discusses the Haiti’s history before Hurricane Matthew, including the 2010 earthquake and its aftermath, Haiti today, Haiti’s response to Hurricane Matthew, responsible donations, Haitian elections, and cholera accountability. Africa Now: Haiti Beyond Hurricane Matthew Africa Now October 26, 2016  

Nicole Phillips Breaks Down Haiti Electoral Crisis

IJDH Staff Attorney Nicole Phillips was interviewed on Haiti’s developing electoral crisis. Despite many reports on fraud and protests, Haiti’s Provisional Electoral Council published official results for the first-round presidential elections showing a contested candidate as the front-runner. Political candidates, civil society organizations (including Conference of Haitian Pastors), and ordinary Haitians continue taking to the streets to demand a fair, transparent election. Summary of the segment below. Click HERE to listen. Haiti’s Presidential Election; World AIDS Day; and Updates on Pope in Central African Republic, Burundi Crisis and African Refugees Africa Now! December 2, 2015 Today Africa Now! starts with continued focus on Haiti’s election process.  On November 24 the Provisional Electoral (CEP) in Haiti released results of the October 25 first round of the presidential election.  According to the CEP government-backed candidate Jovenel Moise came first and Jude Célestin […]

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