Michelle Karshan and staff and participants of Alternative Chance/Chans Altenativ in Haiti
 
ALTERNATIVE CHANCE/CHANS ALTENATIV
A self-help, advocacy program for criminal deportees in Haiti
 
 
Contact Us
Phone, fax, mail
 
 
Mission and Partners
Mission & Partners
 
 
Attorneys & Clients
Helpful info
 
 
Media Coverage
Articles, television, etc.
 
 
Brochure in plain format
Brochure
 
 
Annual Awards & Benefit Dinner
November 22, 2008 benefit
 
 
How You Can Help.
Your help is vital to our work.
 
 
June 2006 Note on Our Work
Background
 
 
Photos & Photo Credits
Photos of Alternative Chance and life in Haiti for criminal deportees
 
 
LINKS
Links for resources, analysis and legal resources
 
 
Job Readiness
Links to resources
 
 
Women Criminal Deportees in Haiti
International Women's Day and Women Criminal Deportees in Haiti
 
 
New life is no life for U.S. ex-cons in Haiti
Chicago Tribune article about criminal deportees in Haiti
 
 
Continue to Suspend Deportation to Haiti by Michelle Karshan
Sun Sentinel article by Michelle Karshan
 
 
Alternative Chance documents conditions and human rights concerns on behalf of criminal deportees in 2009 in letter to UNHCR
Alternative Chance list of concerns re conditions of criminal deportees in Haiti. Addressed to UNHCR in 2009
 
 
Being Deported to Post Earthquake Haiti by Michelle Karshan, Alternative Chance
Alternative Chance warns of life threatening conditions and death by cholera if people are deported to Haiti
 
 

Photos & Photo Credits


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Michelle Karshan together with staff and participants

Photo by Jennifer Cheek-Pantaleon (copyright)

While some criminal deportees live well in Haiti, others are forced to live in conditions such as this one woman deported from the US

One deportee's home. Photo by Donna DeCesare (copyright)

Job training seminar

Photo by Jennifer Cheek-Pantaleon (copyright)

Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) seminar

Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) workshop. Photo by Michelle Karshan

Having gold teeth can cause people to discriminate against you

Reading letter from attorney to criminal deportee while in detention

Michelle Karshan reads papers sent by deportee's lawyer. Photo by Jennifer Cheek-Pantaleon (copyright)

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