In July 2019, the United Nations for Justice Support in Haiti issued a resolution analyzing economic and political development, the humanitarian situation, community violence, and judicial corruption within the country. Obstacles to development and growth in Haiti include few political alternatives and a judiciary lacking independence from the executive and legislative branches. The paucity of Read More…
In this infographic, Kelsie Chasse depicts the process of deploying Canada’s Disaster Assistance Response Team and shows key points of their role in international relief.
In a shocking development, the UN recently revealed that for the better part of six years it covered up the significant role its peacekeepers in starting and perpetuating the cholera epidemic in Haiti.
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Bangladesh has deployed the world’s first group of 160 all-women UN peacekeepers to Haiti.
Seema Kawar examines how some UN peacekeepers pose as a threat to women and children in areas where they are deployed.
In this series, Nancy Kanwal addresses the lack of female participation in UN Peacekeeping and answers the question: Why do we need more women?
Nancy explores a popular topic: women’s role in UN Peacekeeping Missions in Part One of her series. Have we successfully bridged the gap?