Caribbean Labour Solidarity takes action

It was reported in the press, radio, television and on social media that Frank Hester, a business person and significant Conservative Party donor, had made the most derogatory remarks about Diane Abbott MP.

Diane is of Jamaican descent; one of the most senior Members of Parliament and one of the first four black and Asian MPs elected to Parliament in 1987, a historical event in UK politics. Her length of service to her constituents and the people of the United Kingdom has resulted in her increasing her majority in every election since first becoming an … Read on ...

Pay Close Attention: The Capitulation of the Haitian State was no Overnight Affair!

Haiti Support Group Emergency Notice

Millions of Haitians are trapped in a very dangerous and tremendously fragile situation right now, caught in the crossfire of a paramilitary power struggle.

Support for Haitian grassroots movements

In this bleak moment, we must remember the efforts of our Haiti Support Group partners, including the National Human Rights Defense Network (RNDDH), the Haitian Platform to Advocate Alternative Development (PAPDA) and Batay Ouvriye. All of these grassroots organisations are working unceasingly to advance society to the betterment of all Haitians while risking their lives for justice. They know, as … Read on ...

Statement from Haitian Patriots

Haitian patriots living in several cities met on March 16, 2024.

We declare:

  1. The Haitian people’s sovereign right on their territory is absolute and sacred. Foreigners who violate this right are enemies of the nation. Haitians who help the enemy to violate Haitian sovereignty are traitors who will be punished as our ancestors and the laws of our country command.
    1. Core Group is persona non grata. Kenyan, Senegalese, CARICOM, Spanish…other mercenaries, you better remain in your own territory!
    2. Michel Martelly, Gilbert Bigio, Reynold Deeb, Izo (Johnson André), Dimitri Herard, Jimmy Cherizier (Babekyou), Vitelhomme Innocent, André Apaid, Guy Philippe … all
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We need more voices for Peace

by Jeremy Corbyn

Over the past few months, human beings have been forced to endure a level of devastation that should haunt the world forever. As I write this, 30,000 people have been killed in Gaza. Such is the scale of inhumanity that by the time you have finished this article, that number may already be outdated.

Earlier this year, South Africa launched a case against Israel at the ICJ under the Genocide Convention. I attended the hearing. It was devastating — horror after horror, laid out in plain sight for all to see. The arguments were brilliantly marshalled by … Read on ...