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Since the coordinated attacks operated by armed groups in late February, UNICEF and its partners have rapidly scaled up their efforts, reaching over 50,000 displaced children and families impacted by the resurgence of violence in various parts of

Haut-Commissaire des Nations Unies aux droits de l'homme pour les droits de l'homme,

Le présent rapport est soumis conformément à la résolution 52/39 du Conseil des droits de l'homme. Il donne un aperçu de la situation des droits humains en Haïti. La situation des droits humains en Haïti s'est fortement détériorée au cours de la période, principalement en raison de la violence endémique des gangs. Le rapport met en lumière les principaux développements liés aux institutions de l'État de droit, à la police, à la justice et au système pénitencier. Des progrès ont été réalisés dans ce domaine, mais des défis persistent.

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights,

This report provides an overview of the human rights situation in Haiti which has sharply deteriorated over the period, mainly due to endemic gang violence. The report highlights the main developments related to rule of law institutions, the police, justice, and penitentiary systems.

Ellison Barber - NBC News,

As police and gangs battle it out in the streets of Haiti almost everyday, NBC News' Ellison Barber takes a deeper look into the conditions of orphanages there. The orphanage resides in an area where you don't hear gunfire, and where there is more optimism.

Vanessa Buschschlüter - BBC News,

A new report by the UN describes the "outrageous practices" used by gangs in Haiti to brutalise, punish and control the civilian population. It says that the gangs, which are estimated to control more than 80% of the capital, Port-au-Prince, recruit and abuse children, sometimes killing those who try to escape. UN Human Rights chief Volker Türk chief said the situation was "cataclysmic".

Changing the Way We Care,

Prévenir la séparation des familles et favoriser la réinsertion familiale est une enquête de base menée par Changing the Way We Care Haïti visant à informer la conception d'un programme de réforme des soins axé sur la prévention de la séparatio

Changing the Way We Care,

This is a comprehensive baseline survey by Changing the Way We Care Haiti aimed at informing the design of a robust care reform program focused on averting family separation and fostering sustainable reintegration.

UNICEF, Maestral International,

This research brief summarizes what is already known about child marriage and early unions (CMEUs) in the Caribbean, complemented by the findings of research commissioned by UNICEF in the framework of the Spotlight Initiative Caribbean Regional Programme and conducted in six Caribbean countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Guyana, Haiti, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago.

Transforming Children's Care Collaborative,

Drawing from the learning from participatory research in Latin America and the Caribbean as well as Australia, this webinar will introduce different approaches used to engage individuals with lived experience of alternative care in research efforts and highlight some of the key findings and lessons for meaningful and effective engagement.

Rachel Marcus, Carmen Leon-Himmelstine, Thaís de Carvalho, Diana Jiménez Thomas Rodríguez,

This report aims to synthesize recent evidence concerning the experiences and needs of children affected by human mobility in Latin America and the Caribbean, and on how far programmes and policies are meeting those needs. It is motivated by a desire on the part of the United Nations Children’s Fund Latin America and Caribbean Regional Office (UNICEF LACRO) to promote proven responses to human mobility that genuinely respond to the needs of children and families: in their communities of origin, in transit, as they settle in new countries, or if they return to their countries of origin.