2018 CSA Conference
2018 CSA Conference
2018 CSA Conference
2018 CSA Conference

hurricane evacuation route signSOLIDARITY FORUM

The CSA Solidarity Forum will be used to provide support, solidarity and other useful information for those affected by the recent climatic events in the Greater Caribbean. The CSA expresses its support for all those who have experienced these difficult times and their solidarity with those affected by these disasters. Please forward any information or messages you would like posted to: secretariat@caribbeanstudiesassociation.org. [ CLICK HERE to View Access Forum ]


President’s Message – María in the Caribbean and a devastating earthquake in Mexico

The nature events in the Caribbean and on the continental land of its watershed do not cease to concern us. Maria, another powerful hurricane has left a trail of damage in the small Antilles and in the larger ones like Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Floods, intense winds, loss of life and affectations of all kinds followed in its wake. [ READ MORE ]


President’s Message – Solidarity in the face of disasters in the Greater Caribbean

The force of nature has once again impacted the Caribbean islands, leaving death and destruction behind them. Irma, with the maximum categories that a hurricane can reach, moved through all the territories of the West Indian border, with a devastating intensity. The images we have seen must make us think of the threatening dangers of an increasingly intense global warming process that is lamentable for human lives and environmental environments in the region. [ READ MORE ]

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