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31 Jan 2011 description

Media freedom still far from being assured

On January 31st, Reporters Without Borders published a survey on the situation of media and the assessment of media freedom in the country, since last year's earthquake.

11 Jan 2011 description

Haïti s'apprête à faire mémoire, ce 12 janvier 2011, autour de ces "35 secondes" qui ont dévasté Port-au-Prince et ses environs il y a un an, et provoqué la mort de près de 300 000 personnes. Aujourd'hui, la reconstruction tient encore du souhait - ou de la prière - qui contraste avec la mobilisation de la communauté internationale au moment de la catastrophe et la présence massive des ONG.

Projeté à la date anniversaire sur le site de Radio France internationale (RFI) avec le soutien de Reporters sans frontières, le web-documentaire "Goudou Goudou, les voix …

11 Jan 2011 description

Haiti will tomorrow mark the first anniversary of the "35 seconds" that devastated Port-au-Prince and surrounding areas and caused some 300,000 deaths.

20 Jan 2010 description

Reporters Without Borders and the Canadian media group Quebecor are in the process of installing an emergency centre of operations for Haitian journalists in the Port-au-Prince neighbourhood of Canapé-Vert. Located on Cheriez Street, the centre will have communications equipment provided by Quebecor. A second equipment convoy is due to arrive today from the Dominican Republic.

The centre's priority aim is to provide journalists who have not been able to work since the earthquake with essential means of communication.

20 Jan 2010 description

Work is slowly resuming at Radio Métropole," one of its young reporters, Gaby Saget, told us. "Most of the staff were not hurt in the earthquake but they have been affected like the rest of the population," said Saget, winner of the 2009 RFI-OIF-Reporters Without Borders Francophone prize.