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International Cooperation in Haiti and the DR: Leaning into conversation with our Haitian and Dominican partners, and listening to their perspectives on urgent social justice issues, local solutions to sustainable development, human rights, and what a healthy partnership in international cooperation looks like. Join us as our guests share their lived experiences and insights into how we can, together, support lasting transformative and community-driven change. We’ll touch on themes of: anti- ...
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Les nouvelles qui arrivent d'Haïti ne sont pas bonnes : l'insécurité politique, la terreur des gangs, la crise humanitaire... Qu'est-ce qui se passe réellement ? Pourquoi tout ça se passe-t-il dans le pays? Y a-t-il des bonnes nouvelles ? Comment les Haïtiens peuvent-ils survivre ? Prospérer ? Quel chemin existe-t-il pour qu'Haïti puisse aller au-d…
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News reports from Haiti aren’t good: political insecurity, gang terror, humanitarian crisis… What’s really happening? Why is it happening? Is there any good news? What are average Haitians to survive? To thrive? What path forward exists for Haiti to rise about the news headlines and claim her right to a better future? How can caring Canadians actua…
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This episode is a short preview, a special bonus glimpse into our upcoming full-length episode, ‘Facts, Fiction and Forward to a Self-Made Haiti’. The full episode takes us deep in conversation with renowned author and scholar Dr. Myriam J. A. Chancy, beloved author, artist and poet Gabriel Osson, and Director of Rayjon Share Care in Haiti, Mr. Ren…
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To many North Americans, the Dominican Republic is known for its sandy beaches and pristine resorts, but there is a story that runs deeper than the clear water along the coast. In the Dominican Republic, a 2013 legal change stripped hundreds of thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent of their Dominican nationality, leaving them stateless. Rayjon…
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Por muchos norteamericanos, la República Dominicana es conocida por sus playas de arena y centros turísticos hermosos, pero hay una historia que corre más profundo que el agua clara a lo largo de la costa. En la República Dominicana, un cambio legal de 2013 despojó a cientos de miles de dominicanos de ascendencia haitiana de su nacionalidad dominic…
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