About Us

The Haiti Elections Blog is a collaboration of the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti, the Center for Economic and Policy Research, 1804 Institute, Haiti Support Group, the National Lawyers Guild International Committee, and International Association of Democratic Lawyers. The blog is an indispensable resource for journalists, policy-makers, aid workers and other “Haiti watchers,” providing the latest news, analysis and information on the elections in Haiti and promoting free access to information and accountability with the electoral process. Over the next several months, Haitians are scheduled to vote on virtually every public office in the country; including the President, 119 deputies, 20 senators, and over 5,000 municipal agents.

Submission Policy

The Haiti Elections blog welcomes submissions from anyone who is concerned with Haitian politics and the Haitian electoral process. Ideally, we look for submissions between 500 - 700 words in length, written in English, French, or Haitian Creole that meaningfully engage with the complexities of Haitian elections, and that offer new insight on the electoral process. Submissions from individuals working in Haiti are especially encouraged.

Submission to the Haiti Elections blog does not guarantee publication. Once it's received, a committee comprised of one individual from each co-managing organization will review your submission for content, grammar, style and relevance. Submissions approved by two-thirds (2/3) of the committee will be published. We reserve the right to edit submissions for grammar and length. If your submission is chosen for publication, we will notify you in a timely manner. We do not offer compensation for submissions.

Please email all submissions to: HaitiVoteBlog@gmail.com

If you or your organization would like to partner with the Haiti Elections Blog, or have any questions, comments or concerns about any of the content on this blog, please contact the blog's management team at: HaitiVoteBlog@gmail.com

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