Controversial Israeli historian Ilan Pappé

Dr. Pappé is professor of history and the director of the European Centre for Palestine Studies at the University of Exeter, United Kingdom. He is the author of several books, including, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine and most recently, The Idea of Israel: A History of Power and Knowledge.

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Fran Quigley — Haiti Strikes Back

From Foreign Affairs — A deadly 2010 outbreak of cholera in Haiti was quickly traced to a UN camp, but the UN has been slow to take responsibility. In response, Haitian lawyers and advocates have decided to sue the international organization for damages. They might not win their case, but their efforts could at least leave Haiti with a better-functioning legal system.

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FAMEWorld.org

FAME works in partnership with missions all around the world to bring help and hope to under-served people across the globe. They’ve been helping build medical clinics and hospitals since they were founded in 1970 in Columbus, IN. From its first hospital in India, FAME has gone on to help build 70 facilities in 29 countries around the world.

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TriMedx Foundation — medical technology

The TriMedx Foundation offers hope and help to those in need around the globe through their support of medical technology. The foundation addresses the international need for functioning medical equipment; installing and repairing medical equipment in third-world countries, teaching local hospital staff basic troubleshooting techniques and facilitating the redeployment of medical equipment through their partnerships with medical surplus recovery organizations.

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12th Annual CINCH Haiti Gathering

To gain a sense of solidarity in the Haiti Outreach efforts in central Indiana; to provide the opportunity for networking on activities during breakout sessions; to learn more about the situation in Haiti from various speakers throughout the day and to share and learn about Haiti mission activity in central Indiana

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Play 360 builds a playground in Saintard

Jon Recak and Play 360 train non-profit organizations to build low-cost sustainable playground as a means of improving education throughout the developing world. They just got back from a trip to Saintard in Haiti.

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Mission trip to Peredo

Through CareLink, Duke Realty serves as a liaison between agencies dedicated to providing medical equipment to recipients that lack adequate healthcare resources and medical services providers that have unneeded equipment

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June 20: Provocate—Haiti tackles politics

Human rights lawyer and IU law professor Fran Quigley and I will take the lead in discussing ways to strengthen our political outreach and build relationships with incoming federal officials. How we can let policymakers hear about our programs, successes, stances, and need.

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