The Haitian people are enduring unspeakable violence, poverty and hunger.
Join our campaign to support them in their quest for peace and justice.
Learn from the Experts
DHD, in partnership with the International Human Rights Clinic, Harvard Law School, the Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic, Yale Law School, the NYU School of Law’s Global Justice Clinic, Medgar Evers College, Caribbean Research Center, and Quisqueya University, presents Haiti at a Crossroads.
This forum brings together Haitian and international experts to explain the current economic, political, and human rights crisis in Haiti, debunk myths and provide an evidence base for all actors to work together on identifying solutions.
Please act urgently and send the following message to your elected representative or member of parliament – you can find their details below.
“I am deeply concerned about the crisis in Haiti. Widespread violence is used to silence the people and suppress dissent. State-sanctioned massacres are likely crimes against humanity. This must end now. I urge the government, the United Nations and the international community to condemn the violence in Haiti, withdraw non-humanitarian support to the current administration and call for a peaceful transition of power and the restoration of democracy and the rule of law.”
Join the social media campaign.
Follow the campaign on Twitter and Facebook, to raise awareness of the crisis in Haiti and to demand justice.
Contact your Representative or Member of Parliament.
Urge them to take action to protect the Haitian people and restore democracy.
Sign the Open Letter.
A coalition of organisations have written this letter to the international community urging them to act.
Download the letter and share it as widely as possible to urge global leaders to take action.
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We will keep you informed of key moments and other action you can take to help defend Haiti’s democracy.
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Real change depends on action. Reach out today with questions or feedback for our team and help us take action to end the crisis.