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Haiti: Paths to Stability for a Nation in Shock (Online Event, 19th October 2021)
Haiti: Paths to Stability for a Nation in Shock (Online Event, 19th October 2021)

Haiti: Paths to Stability for a Nation in Shock (Online Event, 19th October 2021)

This roundtable examines the causes of violence and instability in Haiti and explores the ways in which Haitians, with the support of the international community, can take actions to overcome the current crisis.

The assassination in July of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, perpetrated with no apparent resistance from his elite security detail, and a bout of natural disasters weeks later have further destabilised an already fragile Haiti and intensified its humanitarian crisis at a time of extreme insecurity.

This roundtable examines the causes of violence and instability in Haiti and explores the ways in which Haitians, with the support of the international community, can take actions to overcome the current crisis. 

Welcome remarks by Ivan Briscoe, Program Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, International Crisis Group. 

William O’Neil, lawyer specializing in humanitarian, human rights and refugee law
Monique Clesca, member of the Haiti Think Tank
Leslie Voltaire, member of the Comite du Suivi of the Montana Accord
Jacqueline Charles, Caribbean Correspondent of the Miami Herald

With comments by Ashish Pradhan, Senior UN Analyst, International Crisis Group.
Moderated by Renata Segura, Deputy Program Director Latin America and the Caribbean, International Crisis Group

Virtual Roundtable - Haiti: Paths to Stability for a Nation in Shock