The dynamics of migration are now operating on two fronts in the Caribbean.1 On the one hand, th
As international migration increases across the world, concerns are raised about the health of migrants and their access to healthcare services, since those rights may
In the Caribbean region climate change involves a symbiosis of threats, risks, challenges and opportunities.
The Caribbean region is characterized by a very fluid internal movement of people, and by signif
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Within the overall global context of current migration trends, the Caribbean demonstrates the pa
Organized criminal groups are earning billions of dollars in profits from trafficking and exploiting people-many of whom are victims of severe human rights violations.Trafficked
The increasing intensity and frequency with which disasters are being experienced worldwide demonstrate the critical need to enhance disaster risk ma
The movement of people and capital within the Caribbean region is a further factor that makes th
Over the last 60 years, the Caribbean region has been the largest and most highly skilled diaspo
Caribbean countries face common challenges related to limited data collection, management and analysis.