Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, has been hit by numerous natural disasters, the 2010 earthquake, which claimed the lives of some 100,000 to 316,000 Haitians; a devastating cholera outbreak, and more recently suffered severe flooding making 10,000 people homeless. On 7th February 2016, Michel Martelly resigned as President and Haiti's fragile democracy returned to a state of uncertainty. A new president won't be elected until 24th April 2016. 

Amsterdam and the Netherlands are well known for its famous canals, museums, music scene, ‘coffee shops’ and Red Light District, making it a top tourist destination; all of which are worth traveling to Amsterdam to experience.

Reach out to other European Afro Caribbean communities to see where there are common issues and where we can learn best practice in terms of tackling issues.
Research Objective: is it time that we had a written constitution to protect minority rights in the UK?