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HAITI: The conditions for democracy are not being met

UFADI leader's interview

HAITI: The conditions for democracy are not being met Interviews with Jean Marc-nel Etienne about state and condition of democracy in Haiti. Following the publication of our report, ‘Democracy for All: Beyond a Crisis of Imagination’, we continue to interview civil society activists and leaders about their work to promote democratic practices and principles, the challenges they encounter and the victories they score in doing so. CIVICUS speaks to Jean Marc-nel Etienne, president of the Union of Brothers for Alternative Integrated Development (UFADI), a Haitian civil society organisation that works to promote human rights, particularly in the areas of health and education.

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The annual State of Civil Society Report analyses how contemporary events and trends are impacting on civil society, and how civil society is responding to the major issues and challenges of the day. This is the eighth edition of our report, focusing on actions and trends in 2018. This report is of, from and for civil society, drawing on over 50 interviews and guest articles from civil society activists, leaders and experts, as well as CIVICUS’ ongoing programme of research, analysis and advocacy. In particular, it presents findings from the CIVICUS Monitor, our online platform tracking conditions for civil society in 196 countries. The annual State of Civil Society Report analyses how contemporary events and trends are impacting on civil society, and how civil society is responding to the major issues and challenges of the day. This is the eighth edition of our report, focusing on actions and trends in 2018. This report is of, from and for civil society, drawing on over 50 interviews and guest articles from civil society activists, leaders and experts, as well as CIVICUS’ ongoing programme of research, analysis and advocacy. In particular, it presents findings from the CIVICUS Monitor, our online platform tracking conditions for civil society in 196 countries

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International Investment Fair,

organized by the Ecuadorian government

and of Consorcio de Gobiernos Autónomos

Provinciales del Ecuador (CONGOPE)

October 10, 2018 in Quito.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The exhibition in projection with

the president of the group CIOA,

with the members and partners

of different regions, and especially

those of Ecuador, for the verification

of the project of development.

 

 

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HAITI: The conditions for democracy are not being met

Now you have access to the links to the interview on the conditions of the democration that have not been met in Haiti, which has just been published. You can now access it from the homepage of CIVICUS (http://www.civicus.org) or directly by following these links to French (https://civicus.org/images/documents/HA%C3 % 8FTI-Jean_Marc-nel_Etienne.pdf) and English (https://civicus.org/index.php/media-resources/news/interviews/3656-haiti-the-conditions-for-democracy-are-not- being-put).

An interview that will also be presented on the web platform "Reimaginating Democracy" which you will find here: https://www.civicus.org/index.php/re-imagining-democracy

 
 

 

The description

A Haitian civil society organization to promote human rights, non-profit. Working in the fields of human rights, violence against women, in education, in health, in social, in culture, in politics and integral development etc.

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Rights NGOs
recognized by international entities.


Motto

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UNION DES FRERES POUR ALTERNATIF DU DEVELOPPEMENT INTEGRE    (UFADI HAITI)

Founded on June 11, 2004

Jean Marc-nel Etienne (President),

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