How human rights can build Haiti [electronic resource] : activists, lawyers, and the grassroots campaign / Fran Quigley.

"A cataclysmic earthquake, revolution, corruption, and neglect have all conspired to strangle the growth of a legitimate legal system in Haiti. But as How Human Rights Can Build Haiti demonstrates, the story of lawyers-activists on the ground should give us all hope. They organize demonstration...

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Main Author: Quigley, Fran, 1962-
Format: Electronic eBook
Language:English
Published: Nashville : Vanderbilt University Press, 2014.
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505 0 |a "Judge Him" : Pursuing Duvalier -- Kolera and the United Nations -- The Rule of Law, Political Will, and Haiti -- The Raboteau Trial -- How Not to Save a Country : Lost Opportunities in the Post-Earthquake Response -- Beyond the Courtroom -- The Donkey and the Horse : The Dysfunctional Haiti-U.S. Relationship -- Creating Victory for the People. 
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