Haiti’s Prime Minister has resigned and the country is in a perilous state. Carleton experts are available to discuss a variety of related topics.

If you are interested in speaking with the experts below, please feel free to contact them directly. If you require other assistance, please email Steven Reid, Media Relations Officer, at steven.reid3@carleton.ca.

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David Carment
Professor, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) at Carleton University

Email: David.Carment@carleton.ca

Carment is available to discuss subjects related to the military mission, governance and diaspora.

Carment is an editor for Palgrave’s Canada and International Affairs series, editor of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal and fellow of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. His research focuses on Canadian foreign policy, mediation and negotiation, fragile states and diaspora politics.

He is the author, editor or co-editor of 21 books and has authored or co-authored over 90 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. His most recent books focus on diaspora cooperation, corruption in Canada, branding Canadian foreign policy and state fragility.

For more on Carment, visit: https://experts.carleton.ca/david-carment

Fen Hampson
Professor, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) at Carleton University

Email: FenHampson@cunet.carleton.ca

Hampson can discuss the intervention role of the international community and lessons from the past.

Hampson’s research interests include Canadian foreign policy, internet governance, international organization, international negotiation, conflict resolution and analysis. He is a frequent commentator and contributor in the national and international media.

For more on Hampson, visit: https://experts.carleton.ca/fen-hampson

Georges Eddy Lucien
Visiting Scholar, Global and International Studies at Carleton University

Email: lucge2000@yahoo.fr

Lucien is available to discuss the place of banditry in political life in Haiti as an actor and as an instrument. He can also discuss issues around the occupation and future prospects for Haiti.

Lucien is a faculty researcher in Geography (Paris) and directs the Laboratoire Dynamique des Mondes Américains (LADMA) at the École Normale Supérieure in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Lucien is the director of the Master’s Program in Geography at the Ecole Normale Supérieure/Paris and also co-directs the history department at the Université d’Etat d’Haïti. He is also a professor at the State University of Haiti and the University of Quisqueya.

Lucien is the author of several works and has received a prize of distinction for his book Une modernisation manquée, Port-au-Prince 1915-1956, Volume 1: modernisation et centralisation and the Barbancourt Prix for his book Little Haïti, Si loin de Dieu et si près du centre-ville de Miami.

For more on Lucien, visit: https://carleton.ca/bgins/people/dr-lucien/

Marylynn Steckley
Professor, Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs at Carleton University

Email: marylynnsteckley@cunet.carleton.ca

Steckley is available to discuss food security in Haiti, Haiti’s history, foreign interventionism, and development aid.

Steckley’s research examines socio-cultural and environmental determinants of health, with a focus on food systems. Her current project explores the prospects of a community-based “Food Sovereignty Assessment of Health” in Haiti. This work is aimed at moving beyond food security metrics — which often perpetuate narratives of scarcity and deficits that often lead to “food dumping” and food aid — and towards tools that consider community resources, gendered differences in health and food systems access, and the relationships between agricultural production systems, environmental health and nutritional well-being.

For more on Steckley, visit: https://experts.carleton.ca/marylynn-steckley

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