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Haitian Groups to Meet in Louisiana to Seek Deal on Elections By Jim Wyss +Follow

Senators Marco Rubio, Cardin Laud Committee Approval of Bipartisan Bill to Strengthen Reconstruction Efforts and Promote Human Rights and Anti-Corruption Efforts in Haiti

 Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Ben Cardin (D-MD) applauded the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations’ passage of their bipartisan Haiti Development, Accountability, and Institutional Transparency Initiative Act (S.1104). First introduced in April, the bill prioritizes the protection of human rights and anti-corruption efforts in Haiti by fostering strong relationships with independent […]

Annual Conference

 HDP.ORG Annual Conference Every year, HDPAC.Org holds a Policy Conference in Washington DC in conjunction with the House Haiti Caucus. The event involves discussions with US Members of Congress, American policy makers, Haitian American experts, Haitian politicians, business and community leaders. This event provides opportunity to develop policy agenda that advance Haiti’s interests. Annual Conferences

Haiti & the International Community

Adrift in the Caribbean: Haiti & the International Community Something does not add up. The United States and other international actors have belatedly distanced themselves from Haitian President Jovenel Moïse’s push for a constitutional referendum, while the United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH) is simultaneously providing material and technical assistance for the referendum. The […]

The Mess that is Haiti

The Mess that is Haiti:  How the U.S. Can Renew its Commitment to Restore Democracy in Haiti    By Emmanuel Roy The United States is partly to blame for the mess in Haiti because since 1915 the U.S. has had direct involvement in Haiti’s political and social affairs, affecting every sector of the country. As the […]