• TPS for Haiti Extended

    IJDH is excited to convey a major victory: the Administration’s June 28, 2024 announcement extending and redesignating Haiti for Temporary Protected Status (TPS), which will let about 309,000 additional Haitians apply for work permits and for the protection from deportation which about 214,000 Haitians with TPS already enjoy.

  • Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Haiti: Key Recent Developments​

    IJDH report outlining recent developments in human rights and rule of law in Haiti during the period December 2023 through May 2024.

  • 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. 


    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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