Building peace in the minds of men and women

Haiti: a retomada

When a habitation dies, a warehouse of memory perishes with it,” says Wole Soyinka, winner of the Nobel Prize for literature. In this issue, he calls for restoring the spirit of Haiti, a country fallen prey to political contradictions and the victim of blind forces of nature.

Read the article At one with Haiti, by Wole Soyinka

Read the other articles:

Raoul PeckA Common search for greater humanity

Gérard Chéry: The Haitian economy's vicious circle

Nancy RocBuilding a new Haiti

Bernard HadjadjResponsibility: the link between freedom and solidarity

Marie Laurence Jocelyn LassègueCulture: cradle of the Haitian renaissance

Michèle OriolHaiti's new start will not be from zero

Roberson AlphonseThe Haitian press: a turning point

Antonio VigilanteCulture and development: two sides of the coin

Setembro 2010