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"Humanitarianism in Haiti: Visions & Practice" 

When: April 11-12 2013
Phone: 919-519-3330
Price: Free
Conference bringing together high-profile gov't officials, donors, grassroots activists, legal advocates & international NGO workers to assess delivery of relief & development efforts in the Caribbean nation. Panelists include former Haitian Prime Minister Michele Pierre-Louis; Nancy Dorsinville, senior policy officer of the UN Special Envoy to Haiti; Brian Concannon, director of the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti; & Jonathan Katz, author of The Big Truck That Went By: How the World Came to Save Haiti & Left Behind a Disaster. 2 panels each day (morning & afternoon). RSVP at website, or view the conference there via live stream.
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