New Internationalist

Articles by Elizabeth Lazar

Rebuilding Haiti (one vacation at a time)

Candidates in the upcoming presidential elections are touting tourism as Haiti’s ticket to prosperity. Yet the island is still reeling from January’s earthquake – so what sort of bizarre idea is this? wonders Elizabeth Lazar.

  • November 12, 2010
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The return of Jean and Maurice: how the diaspora will rebuild Haiti

The cumulative force of the Diaspora is both formidable and underreported, as Elizabeth Lazar discovers.

  • May 12, 2010
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