Below Zero in Haiti, 20 Years into The Ottawa Initiative – Jafrikayiti

Adding to a long history of foreign conferences on “fixing Haiti” with catastrophic consequences, the Ottawa Initiative on Haiti (OIH) took place near my hometown on January 31-February 1, 2003. At the invitation of Prime Minister Jean Chrétien’s Liberals, the event brought together officials from the United States, France, and the Organization of American States to discussContinue reading “Below Zero in Haiti, 20 Years into The Ottawa Initiative – Jafrikayiti”

Dollar value of resources to be debated as final stage of treaty annuities trial begins | CBC News

The final stage of a complex trial over the payment of treaty annuities in northern Ontario kicked off Monday with one group of plaintiffs pursuing negotiations and the other in court. — Read on http://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/robinson-treaties-third-stage-trial-1.6731274

Family Demands Access to Investigation After Private Autopsy Reveals Police Shot Environmental Activist Over 13 Times – Southern Center for Human Rights

Family Demands Access to Investigation After Private Autopsy Reveals Police Shot Environmental Activist Over 13 Times – Southern Center for Human Rights — Read on http://www.schr.org/family-demands-access-to-investigation-after-private-autopsy-reveals-police-shot-environmental-activist-shot-over-13-times/

Jamaica willing to take part in military intervention in Haiti, PM says | Reuters

Jamaica would be willing to take part in an international military deployment to Haiti, Prime Minister Andrew Holness told lawmakers on Tuesday, saying the Caribbean island country could also support its neighbor on electoral reforms. — Read on http://www.reuters.com/world/africa/jamaica-willing-take-part-military-intervention-haiti-pm-says-2023-02-01/