Journalist, ecologist and feminist Audrey Pulvar was in Haiti from May 10 to 15. Very rich in meetings with the Haitian civil society engaged on environmental issues, his stay was also marked by several conferences-debates to which the Haitian public answered present.
Upon her arrival in Haiti, Audrey Pulvar took off again for the city from Cap-Haïtien where she hosted a conference at the Alliance Française of Cap-Haïtien on the “Climate Challenges of the Caribbean Region and the Vulnerability of the Caribbean Archipelago”.
In the margins of multiple meetings with local feminist and ecologist associations, it is guided by the Haitian historian Eddy Lubin that she discovered the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Citadel of Milot.
Back in Port-au-Prince, more than 80 people attended his Master Class “Media Training: Successful Media Interventions” at the French Institute in Haiti.
After the registration of an e-mail For the new media platform Haiti Climat, Audrey Pulvar has returned to her career as a journalist, Caribbean and determined, in the world of French media during her conference “Women and Media”. There again the public of the French Institute came many and did not miss to exchange with the journalist during a long moment of questions and answers.
The same evening, at the invitation of the Ambassador José Gomez, Audrey Pulvar was received at the Residence of France, where she was able to meet several Haitian personalities such as Michele Pierre-Louis (FOKAL), Liliane Pierre-Paul (Kiskeya TV Radio), Frantz Duval (Le Nouvelliste), Evelyne Trouillot (writer and teacher), Roody Edme (The National), Gotson Pierre (Alterpresse) and Ralph Thomassaint (Ayibopost)
For her last day in Haiti, Audrey Pulvar went to Kenscoff to visit the Wynn Farm and meet ecological associations. After a lunch with environmental actors in Haiti, she hosted a final conference entitled “Media coverage of environmental issues” at Quisqueya University in front of an attentive audience. Nearly an hour of exchanges have again followed his intervention.