Brexit – a nightmare for the Caribbean’s relationship with the EU and Britain
With the vote to leave the EU, the Caribbean has lost Britain as an ally in the European Union, and it will fall behind the rest of the world in Britain's new trade treaty negotiationsJune 26, 2016
After Brexit: What happens next for the Caribbean?
The Caribbean's place in a standalone Britain is unpredictable after the UK's vote to leave the European UnionJune 24, 2016
Beyond remittances: How can the Caribbean maximize its diaspora?
The Caribbean diaspora is an untapped group with vast potential, and regional governments would do well to better engage them in strategy developmentMay 29, 2016
Vaginal rings may be a powerful tool for women in HIV prevention
Women's efforts to prevent HIV usually fall to men opting for safer sex, but a medicated vaginal ring may broaden their optionsMay 29, 2016
The problem with Zika pregnancy advisories
With links between the Zika virus and fetal abnormalities in babies born to infected mothers, the outbreak has become an issue of reproductive justice for the Caribbean's womenFebruary 8, 2016
CARPHA calls for coordinated Caribbean response to Zika
With Zika being declared a Public Health Emergency by the WHO, CARPHA stresses the need for a coordinated Caribbean response to the disease to protect the Caribbean's social and economic interestsFebruary 3, 2016
The politics of mourning LGBT deaths
For Caribbean politicians who maintain LGBT people as outliers of law and policy, the mourning of the Pulse massacre has been a challengeJune 15, 2016
With anti-gay laws, the state is complicit in violence against LGBT people
Anti-gay laws, even if sparsely enforced, are far from innocuous. By setting up categories for normalcy and deviance, they continue to legitimise acts of violence against LGBT people.June 1, 2016
Ultra conservative lobby groups set sights on the Caribbean
The globalization of anti-minority agendas and the exportation of hate from the US to the CaribbeanMay 2, 2016
A Caribbean without sea turtles?
It has never been more important for the Caribbean to protect its sea turtles, and our World Ocean's Day message highlights the urgency of the problemJune 8, 2016
In Honduras, environmental activists are murdered with impunity
The human cost of advocacy is laid bare as Honduran activists are assassinated while their government looks the other wayMarch 20, 2016
CARICOM hails Paris Agreement
Legally-binding climate agreement adopted in ParisDecember 12, 2015
Caribbean governments split on drone regulations
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles represent a challenge for Caribbean governments, but there is a strong reason why they should adapt -- and quicklyMarch 31, 2016
What does Airbnb mean for the Caribbean’s hotels?
Is Airbnb an equalizer, destabilizer or partner in the Caribbean tourism industry?March 13, 2016
Would the real tax havens please stand up?
The Caribbean continues to be branded as the home of tax evaders, money launderers and terrorism financiers, but even its accusers know betterMarch 2, 2016