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JCC Haiti: One Year On

Just over one year since the devastating earthquake hit Haiti, the country is still in a precarious situation. Is aid really working?

Just over one year since the devastating earthquake hit Haiti, the country is still in a precarious situation. More than one million people are still living in crowded camps across the country and their lives are in constant danger from the ever-present threat of cholera and other epidemics. Is aid really working?

Join Paul Anticoni, CEO of World Jewish Relief, Wendy Fenton, editor of the Humanitarian Exchange magazine at the Overseas Development Institute, as well as other experts in Aid and Development. Chairing the debate will be Daniella Peled, editor at The Institute for War and Peace Reporting and a former foreign editor of The JC. Our panel will discuss the effectiveness of aid and whether funding international development is the best way to foster recovery from natural disasters.

Please send your questions for the panelists to solomon@jcclondon.org.uk in the leadup to the event. These will be submitted in advance to the panelists and a selection will be responded to. There will be also be time reserved for questions from the floor.

TO BOOK: http://www.jcclondon.org.uk/our-events/jcc-top-10/haiti-one-year-on


Wendy Fenton | talks
Paul Anticoni | talks
Daniella Peled | talks


Date and Time:

9 February 2011 at 7:30 pm


2 hours



The Pembroke Castle
150 Gloucester Avenue

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JCC for London
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