migration

Cayman Islands, Cuba Conclude High-Level Talks on Migration

 Above: the Hotel Nacional de Cuba By the Caribbean Journal staff The Cayman Islands and Cuba are working on the development of a new memorandum of understanding following the conclusion of high-level talks in Havana last week. The meetings, which …

Haiti, Bahamas Sign Three Agreements

 Above: Haiti President Michel Martelly with Bahamian officials in Nassau (Photo: OP Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti and the Bahamas have signed three new wide-ranging bilateral agreements, the two sides announced this week. The agreements were signed during …

Haiti, Turks and Caicos Close to Signing MoU on Migration Issues

 Above: talks between TCI and Haitian officials last year in Port-au-Prince By the Caribbean Journal staff The Turks and Caicos Islands and Haiti are close to signing a memorandum of understanding to deal with the continued problem of irregular migration …

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 Above: Washington By the Caribbean Journal staff Officials from Cuba and the United States met on Wednesday to discuss implementation of the 1994 and 1995 US-Cuba migration accords. The talks, which are held semi-annually, were led by the United States’ …

 Above: Havana By the Caribbean Journal staff Officials from the United States and Cuba met in Havana this week for talks on the implementation of the two countries’ 1994 and 1995 migration accords. The discussions, which were held on Thursday, …

 Above: Turks and Caicos Premier Dr Rufus Ewing By the Caribbean Journal staff In the wake of the Christmas accident that led to the deaths of 17 Haitian migrants in the Turks and Caicos, TCI Premier Dr Rufus Ewing is …

 Above: Washington By the Caribbean Journal staff US and Cuban officials held their first bilateral migration talks since the beginning of 2011 on Wednesday. The talks covered the implementation of the 1994 and 1995 US-Cuba Migration Accords, according to a …

 Above: Haiti’s northwest coast (UN Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The United Nation’s International Organization for Migration has received $100,000 from the United States Department of State for a programme that discourages “dangerous irregular migration” from Haiti’s northwestern coast. …

 Above: a UN peacekeeper provides medical help after Tropical Storm Isaac (MINUSTAH Photo/Victoria Hazou) By the Caribbean Journal staff Thousands of people were supported by Haiti’s Civil Protection office during Tropical Storm Isaac, and many of the vulnerable people in …