The Karl Lévêque Cultural Institute (ICKL) is a non-religious, non-profit, non-profit private foundation with no political affiliations. Created in July 1989, the ICKL defines itself as a center of reflection of social analysis and popular education which intends to make its contribution to the struggles of liberation of the popular layers of the society by the means of the theoretical reflection, of the analysis and support of grassroots groups. He wants indeed:

  • participate in the urgent task of thinking politics in Haiti;
  • contribute to the elucidation of the theoretical and practical blockages of the popular movement;
  • allow the establishment of an autonomous and structured area of ​​struggle.

Popular Education: Our Horizon

ICKL designs all its activities from a popular education perspective. Moreover, and even more broadly, the axis of popular education, in addition to being conceived as a place for reflection on our internal practices, is also intended to continue this reflection on popular education practices. course in the middle. This is for the ICKL, as a center of reflection and social analysis,

The objectives of the ICKL

The Karl Lévêque Cultural Institute pursues various objectives related to the mission it has set itself:

  •  to become a space for critical reflection;
  • promote the development of critical consciousness in the popular movement;
  • to help the emergence of the sense of confrontation, debate and the spirit of rigor in the political process.

For this purpose, the Institute aims to help clarify the goals and strategies of the popular movement; to promote the sharing of the experiences of struggles and organization under way in other regions of the world and particularly in Latin America; and disseminate the results of reflections, analyzes, debates and research.