Photo credit: Legatum Institute
In collaboration with the Institute for State Effectiveness (ISE) and the Legatum Institute, the Wilson Center held a discussion on Haiti’s potential for growth, development and stable governance on April 4th, 12-2pm.
Looking back at lessons from past efforts to support Haiti's development and recovery, and forward to Haiti’s great assets and real potential, a new study argues that there’s an opportunity for Haitians and their partners to set a different agenda for the future. What lessons must we learn for future aid responses? What would it take for citizens to build a consensus on an agenda for creating an accountable Haitian state and an inclusive economy? A discussion was held of ‘Escaping the Crisis Trap: New Options for Haiti’, authored by Clare Lockhart, co-founder and director of The Institute for State Effectiveness (ISE) and Johanna Mendelson Forman, non-resident Senior Associate for the Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation (C3) at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
|Director, Transitions Forum, Legatum Institute|
|Co-founder and Director of ISE|
|Johanna Mendelson Forman|
|Non-resident Senior Associate|
|Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation (C3), CSIS|
|Port-au-Prince-based President of Fondation Espoir|
|CEO, JMC Strategies|
|Moderator:||Eric L. Olson|
|Associate Director, Latin American Program|
Lunch will be provided at this event.