Haiti: 'Nowhere to go': Forced evictions in Haiti's displacement camps

Haiti: 'Nowhere to go': Forced evictions in Haiti's displacement camps

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Index Number: AMR 36/001/2013
Date Published: 23 April 2013
Categories: Haiti

Three years after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, tens of thousands of people are still living in insecure and inadequate shelters. This report shows how Haiti’s post-quake reconstruction is failing to protect and fulfil the right to adequate housing. Amnesty International has documented a pattern of forced evictions of internally displaced families. This has involved the mass removals without notice. Forced evictions violate the rights of internally displaced people at all stages: threats prior to the eviction, violence during the eviction, and homelessness following the eviction. FOR HAITIAN CREOLE VERSION, PLEASE CLICK ON PDF ICON BELOW


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