• Human Rights and Feminist Advocates Demand Full Participation of Women in Haiti’s Transition

    Human rights and feminist organizations in Haiti and the U.S. demand that Haiti’s male-dominated transition process start to include women as required by Haitian and international law.

  • Kenya does US bidding in Haiti: The Rising on Hill.tv

    Executive Director for the Institute of Justice and Democracy in Haiti, Brian Concannon discusses the situation in Haiti. 

  • If Biden is serious about democracy, he has a lot of work to do in Port-au-Prince. IJDH publishes an OpEd in Responsible Statecraft.

  • “Haiti became an independent country through a slave rebellion in 1804 in a world dominated by slave powers [who] could not allow Haiti to succeed. Haiti’s success would undermine the white supremacy upon which our success depended… Haiti still poses the same threat.” - IJDH’s Brian Concannon.


    The Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti is a U.S.-based human rights non-profit organization. Established in 2004, it is a partnership of human rights advocates in Haiti and the U.S., dedicated to tackling the root causes of injustice that impacts basic human rights in Haiti.


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