“We’ve Been Forgotten”: New IJDH Report Gives Voice to Earthquake Victims Facing Desperate Conditions in Haiti’s Displacement Camps

Posted on September 20, 2010

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From the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti: 
“We’ve Been Forgotten”: New IJDH Report Gives Voice to Earthquake Victims Facing Desperate Conditions in Haiti’s Displacement Camps
20 September 2010

IJDH has released a new report that doc­u­ments the find­ings of a human rights inves­ti­ga­tion into dis­place­ment camp con­di­tions in Haiti. The report, titled “We’ve Been For­got­ten”: Con­di­tions in Haiti’s Dis­place­ment Camps Eight Months After the Earth­quake, illus­trates con­tin­u­ing des­per­a­tion in Haiti’s camps and rec­om­mends a rights-based approach to relief and reconstruction.

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