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Visualizing Canada in Haiti

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Issue: 40 Section: Accounts Geography: Latin America Haiti Topics: maps

December 5, 2006

Visualizing Canada in Haiti

A poster version of coverage from the Foreign Policy issue

by Philip Neatby, Dru Oja Jay

Two 11x17" posters in pdf format that visually document Canada's intervention in Haiti over the last six years. "Promoting Democracy?" maps out relationships between Canadian government agencies, NGOs and US agencies involved in "democracy promotion" in Haiti. "No Time for Democracy" is a timeline that chronicles the last six years of Canadian intervention (a web version is available).

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