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  • Democracy

    What is the definition of democracy? In what two ways can a society fail to realize democratic values? How does capitalism impede democracy? These questions answered by: Professor Erik Olin Wright - American Analytical Marxist sociologist, specializing in social stratification, and in egalitarian alternative futures to capitalism. He is the current President of the American Sociological Association

  • US policies towards Haiti

    What is the U.S. policy toward Haiti? What are the U.S.efforts to strengthen democracy and help build the foundation for economic growth? What is the the United States and Haiti's bilateral agreement? The United States has taken a leading role in organizing international involvement with Haiti, how effective has this been? These questions answered by: Brian Concannon, Jr., Esq., Direc­tor, co-managed the BAI in Haiti for eight years, from 1996–2004, and worked for the United Nations as a Human Rights Offi­cer in 1995–1996. He founded Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), and has been the Leader since 2004.

  • Democracy in International Law

    Under international law, what defines a state as non-democratic? What is the difference between law of coexistence and law of cooperation? What place do non-democratic states have in the international community and its legal order? According to international law, when, if at all is force an acceptable sanction to take on non-Democratic states in order to restore or impose democracy? These questions answered by: Jean D'aspremont - Professor of Public International Law

  • Haitian Women

    What is the government's response to violence against women? Why are rapes so frequent and dramatically underreported? How have women's groups taken charge of their own security? Are there any preventive measures in place to protect women from the threat of violence? These questions answered by: Brian Concannon, Jr., Esq., Direc­tor, co-managed the BAI in Haiti for eight years, from 1996–2004, and worked for the United Nations as a Human Rights Offi­cer in 1995–1996. He founded Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), and has been the Leader since 2004.

  • A Stable Haiti

    How important is the rule of law for creating a prosperous and stable Haiti? What role can the American people play in advancing the prosperity of Haiti? Is Haiti really a U.S. foreign policy priority? With a corrupt government and judicial system, what is the first step in helping Haiti? These questions answered by: Brian Concannon, Jr., Esq., Direc­tor, co-managed the BAI in Haiti for eight years, from 1996–2004, and worked for the United Nations as a Human Rights Offi­cer in 1995–1996. He founded Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), and has been the Leader since 2004.

  • Haiti and Human Rights

    Why does Haiti not respect its own constitutional human rights laws? How does the Haitian Government run the justice system? Why is lawyers' immunity under constant threat? What working standard exists to protect women under Haitian law? These questions answered by: Brian Concannon, Jr., Esq., Direc­tor, co-managed the BAI in Haiti for eight years, from 1996–2004, and worked for the United Nations as a Human Rights Offi­cer in 1995–1996. He founded Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), and has been the Leader since 2004.

  • Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti

    What is the mission of the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti? Why was the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti founded? How does the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti work to achieve its mission? How does the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti helps victims of human rights violations? These questions answered by: Brian Concannon, Jr., Esq., Direc­tor, co-managed the BAI in Haiti for eight years, from 1996–2004, and worked for the United Nations as a Human Rights Offi­cer in 1995–1996. He founded Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), and has been the Leader since 2004.