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  • Country / Region profile of: Haiti

    Although almost half of the households in Haiti are headed by women, patriarchal traditions and social discrimination continue to severely restrict women. Violence against women is also widespread in Haiti, and extreme poverty and the 2010 earthquake have made women even more vulnerable to sexual violence and exploitation. Haiti has been plagued by violent conflicts, chronic political and economic instability, and multiple natural disasters. The United Nations (UN) Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) was established pursuant to Security Council Resolution 1542 (2004) and is expected to be renewed. Additionally, Haiti has had long-standing conflict with the Dominican Republic, its neighboring country, that dates back to the colonial period. Haiti ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) in 1981 and is not ranked in the 2013 Global Gender Gap Index (GGI). Greater women's participation in the recovery process is vital for the peace and development of Haiti as gender issues and women's development needs are not being adequately addressed, despite UN involvement and international aid.

    “If you don’t specify the broader themes of girls and women, they will naturally be forgotten.” - Carmel Dorie Barbot

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  • Date: Monday, October 4, 2004

    The Feminine Face of United Nations Civilian Police (CIVPOL) in Haiti (MINUSTAH)

    1. 1325 TRANSLATION UPDATE: 9 NEW TRANSLATIONS COMING SOON

    The UN Strategy of the Global Conflict Prevention Pool, a joint enterprise between the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), Ministry of Defence, and Department for International Development (DFID), has agreed to fund, and the FCO Translation and Interpreting Services to translate, 1325 into 9 new languages.

    THIS ISSUE OF 1325 PEACEWOMEN E-NEWS FEATURES:

    1. 1325 Translation Update: 9 New Translations Coming Soon
    2. Women, Peace and Security News
    3. Preparations for the Fourth Anniversary of Resolution 1325: Women, Peace and Security Month Has Arrived
    4. Feature Analysis: The Feminine Face of United Nations Civilian Police (CIVPOL) in Haiti (MINUSTAH)

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