The 2013 Annual Report on
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Despite an ongoing investigation, Haiti's former ruler has yet to face justice for widespread human rights violations from the past.
An estimated half a million Haitians still live in dire conditions and at risk of forced eviction, two years after a devastating earthquake.
1) The Agenda 2) Up Front: Amnesty archives support case against Haiti's former dictator 3) No help from Europe 4) Police in the Dominican Republic: they kill, ...
Newsletter NWS 21/005/2011
On 28 September, a landowner, accompanied by armed men, made violent threats against more than 300 people in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, who have been living in a makeshift ...
Urgent Action AMR 36/017/2011
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. 23 September 2011. Index : AMR 36/015/2011. Haiti: The spectres of Duvalierism once again try to “kill the truth”. ...
Public Statement AMR 36/015/2011
Postcard AMR 36/009/2011
justice for all! justice now! END IMPUNITY FOR CRIMES COMMITTED UNDER JEAN-CLAUDE DUVALIER. PLEASE DETACH POSTCARD AND KEEP THIS ...
Amnesty International today urged Haitian authorities to bring former President Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier to justice for the human rights abuses committed ...
A new Amnesty International report shows evidence of arbitrary detentions, torture, killings and disappearances during the former president's rule.
After 25 years in exile, former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier returned to Haiti in January 2011. Within days, survivors of serious human rights violations and families ...
Report AMR 36/007/2011