MSF Round Table

THURSDAY OCTOBER 6th – 4.30 pm

MSF Round Table

Different perspectives – Struggling to bear witness and save lives in the chaos that is Haiti

Haiti seems to suffer from a continual succession of political crises and natural disasters, and the population is paying a heavy price. In 2021 there was an earthquake, the President was assassinated, and the country saw a worsening of the war between rival gangs. In this context of increased violence it is getting more and more difficult for photographers and journalists to document the crisis. Humanitarian workers and doctors are also more and more exposed. How can one work, and live, in permanent chaos?

With: Isabelle Mouniaman-Nara, Deputy Director of Operations MSF
Johnson Sabin, photographer
Gaël Turine, director

Halle Ô Grains
66 rue Saint-Jean

Free Admission

October 6 2022


Halle Ô Grains