It Stays With You: Use of Force By UN Peacekeepers in Haiti

'It Stays With You' tells the story of the UN stabilisation mission in Haiti, MINUSTAH, and the work it conducted between 2004-17 after the removal of President Aristide. To counteract violence by ‘bandits’ who operated from poor districts in the capital Port-au-Prince, MINUSTAH began a series of heavily militarised raids which resulted in the deaths and injuries of scores of local people. For the first time, survivors of these raids in the Bois Neuf neighbourhood tell their story.

It Stays With You: Use of Force By UN Peacekeepers in Haiti

It Stays With You: Use of Force By UN Peacekeepers in Haiti

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Date
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18:20
Location
Queen's Film Theatre, University Sq, Belfast

The UN stabilisation mission in Haiti, MINUSTAH, was mandated to provide security following the forced removal in 2004 of President Aristide. There was no armed conflict, but there was civil unrest.

One problem MINUSTAH faced, during its 2004-17 operations, was violence by ‘bandits’ who operated from poor districts in the capital Port-au-Prince. In response, MINUSTAH began a series of heavily militarised raids, which resulted in the deaths and injuries of scores of local people. For the first time, survivors of these raids in the Bois Neuf neighbourhood tell their story.

Followed by a response from Prof Louise Mallinder, and Q&A with the directors. Supported by UU and QUB.

To book in advance: https://queensfilmtheatre.com/Whats-On/It-Stays-With-You

For more information please visit itstayswithyou.com or email Prof Siobhan Wills (s.wills@ulster.ac.uk)