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Women’s Month & Upcoming Webinar


We honor all women across the world in their struggle for human rights, community empowerment, and self determination.

Women's month

We stand with Haitian workers seeking a meaningful living wage and related benefits allowing them to lead a decent life.

Click below to learn more about their ongoing struggle, including being brutally attacked by the Haitian police

During this month we will continue to reflect on the many challenges women face in Haiti and how our members and partners work daily to impact their lives in a positive way.

Consider supporting our work of building a movement for Haitian women leadership in Haiti.

WEBINAR March 8: Policy Highlights

Advancing Women’s Rights in Haiti:
The Fight for Political Participation, Social Equality, and an end to Gender-based Violence”

The Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti’s (IJDH) cordially invites you to attend our upcoming webinar to mark International Women’s Day

  • MONIQUE CLESCA, journalist and member of the Commission to Search for a Haitian Solution to the Crisis
  • PASCALE SOLAGES, Co-Founder and General Coordinator of Nègès Mawon and member of Nou Pap Dòmi
  • Staff Attorney with the Bureau des Avocats Internationax’s Rape Accountability & Prevention Project

The panelists, all Haitian women playing leading roles in the fight for equality and democracy, will discuss the status of Haitian women and girls, the obstacles to gender equality, and their own work to empower, protect, and mobilize for gender justice and a more stable, prosperous and just future for Haiti.


March 8, 2022 • 2-3:30pm EST
Held in Kreyol and English with interpretation

More details to come.

March 15, 7pm



March 29, 12pm

Lunch & Learn

NATALIA CARUSO, Director of Grantmaking and Partnerships

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