Isabeau Doucet

Isabeau Doucet is a freelance journalist working in Port-au Prince, Haiti, where she has written for Haiti Liberte and worked for Al Jazeera.

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Tuesday, November 27, 2012 - 11:56am
Canada, The Surprise 'Pariah' of the Kyoto Protocol
Of all the delegations in the room in Doha, the Canadians adopt the lowest profile.
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Thursday, January 12, 2012 - 10:40am
Haiti's Hard Road to Recovery
In Haiti, you'll see a young man sitting on a crumbled wall blasting a song out of a bashed-up radio and singing along – apparently without irony – lyrics that just repeat "I love my life". You'll see a woman trying to peddle half-rotten papayas from a basket on her head, dancing to kompa on a pile of sewage-soaked rubble and trash. You'll see a barefoot six-year-old boy flying a homemade kite wearing a T-shirt that says "Save Darfur".
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Monday, July 11, 2011 - 1:55pm
The Shelters That Clinton Built
When Demosthene Lubert heard that Bill Clinton's foundation was going to rebuild his collapsed school at the epicenter of Haiti's January 12, 2010, earthquake, in the coastal city of Léogâne, the academic director thought he was "in paradise."
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