April 18, 2023

Caribbean immigration: Politicians spar over treatment of Jamaican, Haitian nationals

In an appearance on Channel 7 News’ morning program, the P.M. said it was a balance between encouraging travel from the Caribbean under the Revised Treaty [...]
March 6, 2023

Following special mission, CARICOM Heads pledge support for dialogue and solutions to the crisis in Haiti

The statement comes after a one-day CARICOM Special Mission to Haiti on 27 February, led by the Prime Minister of Jamaica, Andrew Holness. The mission, meant [...]
October 30, 2022

International News: High-profile Haitian politician killed in apparent gang attack

The apparent gang attack, with assailants riddling Baptiste’s car with bullets in the affluent suburb of the capital Port-au-Prince, comes amid a gang blockade of a [...]
October 11, 2022
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Caribbean nations hold dialogue to ramp up joint environmental action

The meeting, organized by UNEP and the Basel Convention Regional Centre for Training and Technology Transfer in the Caribbean (BCRC), brought together Ministers and high-level environment officials [...]
April 21, 2022

University of Belize team participates in Virtual Model Organization of American States (MOAS)

The team represented delegations of OAS member states (in their case, Haiti) in promotion of democratic values and acquaint students with the role and structure of [...]
March 2, 2022

Prime Minister reports on progress made in CARICOM Intersessional Meeting

First, he addressed plans to boost agriculture to enhance food security and reduce dependence on food imports, as developed by President of Guyana Dr Irfaan Ali.
October 8, 2021

Haitians complain of surprise deportations from United States, Mexico

A Reuters report on Friday tells the story of two Haitians who were flown from Mexico to Port-au-Prince in surprise deportations. Both said that returning to [...]
August 14, 2021

Opposition UDP extends thoughts and prayers to the Haitian people after massive earthquake

The UDP notes that the "initial reports indicate high casualties and significant damage" in what the UDP described as "an endless series of man-made and natural [...]