Accountability Counsel supports a collective of farmers and their families in Haiti who were displaced from their land and agricultural livelihoods by a sweatshop. Last December, the collective negotiated an agreement with a bank that financed the sweatshop and their government to restore livelihoods and remedy harm.
Now, we're producing a case study to help share the farmers' story as a model for other communities seeking to defend their rights. We need help designing the case study.
This case is a model for other communities seeking to protect their rights when they are harmed by internationally financed projects. A visually appealing design will help ensure that the farmers' story is read and compelling.
Accountability Counsel amplifies the voices of communities around the world to defend their human rights and environment. As advocates for people harmed by internationally financed projects, we employ community driven and policy level strategies to access justice.