The Haitians’ Status
& Human Rights
Fathers spend limited time with their children. They work in tourist hotels and basic jobs if they are fortunate to find employment.
Women often work menial jobs at tourist hotels.
“Human beings, of Haitian descent, living in or born in the Dominican Republic, are denied health care, education, a birth certificate and the most basic of human rights and dignity."
With America’s Blessing
"...I crossed into the West Bank and got my first glimpse of life in Palestine, a life that sadly includes refugee camps, checkpoints, collective punishment and constant violations of international humanitarian law."
Life In The Most Violent
Country In The World
"The laws do not apply. Everything is corruption: government, police, society and a place where gangs rule the laws. Human rights are not respected… but life goes on."
Antonio Aragon Renuncio
Taking Land &
Livelihood From Villagers
The Agribusiness &
Misleading Deals In Senegal
"Under false pretense the acquisitions often result in loss of land and gross human rights violations. The so-called land grabbing presents an additional way of prolonging decades of exploitation of the continent."