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Table of Contents
|Introduction Mark Schuller and Pablo Morales
|Geopolitical Structures: The Earthquake, Underdevelopment, and International Political Economy
|Haiti's Vulnerability to Disasters
|Humanitarian Assistance in Gonaïves after Hurricane
|Haiti's 500-Year Earthquake
|The Neoliberal Legacy in Haiti
|Haiti and Catastrophes: Lessons Not Learned
|Rat Mode, Soufle: Foreign Domination
|Foreign Domination in Haiti: When Will We See a Rupture?
|Deconstructing the Reconstruction: The IHRC
|Assumptions and Exclusion: Coordination Failures During the Emergency Phase
|Mission Accomplished? MINUSTAH in Haiti, 2010-2011
|The Republic of NGOs
|Earthquake, Humanitarianism, and Intervention in Haiti
|NGOs and the Business of Poverty in Haiti
|The Transparency of Relief Organizations in Haiti
|NGOs: What Government Are You?
|After the Quake, a "Gold Rush" for Haiti Contracts
|Building Illusions: A Case Study of Bill Clinton's Photo-Op Philanthropy
|Cash for What?
|Teleco, Haiti's State Phone Company, Finally Privatized
|On-the-Ground Realities: Displacement and Its Discontents
|Moun Andeyò: Persistent Legacies of Exclusion
|Haiti's Earthquake: A Further Insult to Peasants' Lives
|Resettlement Plan Excludes Almost 200,000 Families
|Abse Sou Klou: Reconstructing Exclusion
|Position Statement After the January 12, 2010, Earthquake
|The Camps and Being Displaced
|Diary of a Survivor in Haiti
|The Situation of the Displaced Six Months Later
|Unstable Foundations: NGOs and Human Rights for Port-au-Prince's Internally Displaced People
|Do It Yourself: International Aid and the Neoliberal Ethos in the Tent Camps of Port-au-Prince
|Forced Eviction and the Right to Housing
|Workshop on the Right to Housing
|Combating Forced Evictions in Haiti's IDP Camps
|Vanishing Camps at Gunpoint
|New Threats of Eviction After One Death in a Port-au-Prince IDP Camp
|Impacts on and Participation of Women
|Hearing Our Mothers: Safeguarding Haitian Women's Representation and Practices of Survival
|Our Bodies Are Still Trembling: Haitian Women Fight Rape MADRE, CUNY School of Law, BAI, IJDH
|Sexual Violence in Haiti's IDP Camps: Survey Results CHRGJ, NYU School of Law
|Women Say, Enough Is Enough!
|Rights and Public Health
|First, Do No Harm: The Haitian Cholera Epidemic and International Aid
|Responding to Cholera in Post-Earthquake Haiti
|"We've Been Forgotten": Haiti's IDP Camps Eight Months After the Earthquake
|"Waiting for Helicopters"? Perceptions, Misperceptions, and the Right to Water in Haiti
|Emerging Movements: Political Restructuring in Haiti
|Politics From Above: Elections and Geopolitics
|The November 28, 2010, Elections: Another Catastrophe for Haiti
|Haiti's Fatally Flawed Election
|Martelly's Election: Shades of Populism and Authoritarian Rule
|The Haitian Diaspora: Supporting Reconstruction From the Centers of Power
|Politics From Below: Solidarity, Participation, and Emerging Movements
|"We Bend, but We Don't Break": Fighting for a Just Reconstruction in Haiti
|Gender Shadow Report Women's International Network of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC), Equality Now, Gender and Disaster Network, Groots International, Huairou Commission, Lambi Fund of Haiti, MADRE, ORÉGAND (Observatoire sur le développement régional et I'analyse différenciée selon les sexes), PotoFanm+Fi: Rebuilding Haiti Initiative, g+dsr 221
|"We Need to Stay Vigilant": An Interview with Lise-Marie Dejean 227
|Final Resolution: International Forum on the Crisis of Housing in Haiti, May 19-21, 2011 FRAKKA 231
|Conclusion: Shifting the Tertain
|Why Haiti Needs New Narratives Now More Than Ever
|The 1987 Constitution: A Lever for the True "Re-Foundation" of the Nation
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