On this page you will find the most important subjects currently dealt with by the Coordination Europe-Haiti.

Each topic includes an overview of the situation in Haiti and the response of the European Union. In addition we present the advocacy activities of the CoEH on this subject. Also, there are documents and reports available from Haitian organizations.

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Interesting links

Tuesday February 8: Webinaire – Haiti: sortir de l’impasse. La société civil face à la crise

On Tuesday 8 February at 18:30 (Brussels)/ 12:30 PM (Port-au-Prince), the Centre Tricontinental (CETRI) and Caroline Roose, MEP (Greens/EFA), invite you to an online conference on the situation in Haiti, the role of civil society in the crisis and EU policy towards Haiti. This webinar will be the opportunity to have an exchange of views between Haitian civil society organisations, representatives of the European Union and civil society in Europe. The discussion will focus on the modalities of this « breakthrough transition » but also on EU’s relations with Haiti. English translation will be provided. More information can be found here.

Interview with Barbara Albrecht, Misereor (21 October 2021)

Barbara Albrecht, working for Misereor and member of the Steering Committee of the COEH, has been interviewed by Deutsche Welle about the current crisis in Haiti. Here you will find the link to that interview, in Spanish.

Members of the European Parliament demand to go further (June 30, 2021)

Following the resolution of the European Parliament on the situation in Haiti, seven female MEPs are demanding to go further, showing their solidarity with the Haitian people, more in particular with Haitian women. “Europe has to change their politics with regard to Haiti.” Read more (in French)

Plate-forme Haiti de Suisse
This organisation has interesting information and newsletters about the latest news from haiti.
Visit their website to read more >

Collectif Haïti de France
CHF is sharing interesting information (only in French) on their website, where you can also subscribe to their newsletter: