The United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday adopted a resolution underlining the need to end the economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the United States against Cuba. In the resolution, the Assembly reiterated its call to all UN Member States to refrain from promulgating and applying laws and measures not conforming with their obligations […]
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Nurse Dermer Christmas talks to Anthony about the psychological impact hurricane Maria on Dominicans.
Dominica Freedom Party leader Kent Vital talks with us about his observations of the impact hurricane Maria has had on Dominica.
Watch as Dominica’s Prime Minister Address The UN General Assembly on Saturday, September 23rd, 2017. In the aftermath of hurricane Maria’s destruction passage over Dominica on Monday, September 18th, 2017.
There is still a lot we do not know as far as the number of Dominicans affected by Hurricane Harvey since information changes regularly. But from the photos and the reports from fellow Dominicans, we can guess that quite a number have been affected; since the flooding was so widespread. There are over ten or […]
Newly elected leader of the Dominica Freedom Party talks to Anthony about his new position and the way forward for his party. Including whether there are any plans to collaborate with the opposition United Workers Party.
Nicole Georges Bennett and newly published author talks to Anthony about her new book Tales From St. Marts. Find your copy on Amazon.com
The phased deployment in South Sudan of the United Nations-authorized regional protection force has begun, freeing existing peacekeepers to extend their presence to conflict-affected areas beyond the capital, Juba. “Having additional troops means we can carry out more tasks related to our mandate, to protect civilians and build durable peace,” the Secretary General’s Special Representative […]
Although Liberia has made significant progress since the civil war ended, precarious human rights conditions have prompted the United Nations to open an office there early next year to monitor and report on the situation. “Liberia has progressed dramatically since my last visit just after the brutal civil war,” said UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human […]
Dr. Thomson Fontaine once again joins Anthony to discuss South Sudan and the government of Dominica’s 2017/2018 budget.
Writer film-maker Catherine Dorsette returns with bro. Ed Umoja to discuss the fundraising efforts and production of her upcoming film Fire on Montserrat based on her highly successful novel by the same name.
Former Dominica Ambassador to the UN joins Anthony again om This Week in Interview. This time we’re talking foreign policy.
The United Nations today expressed concern about the situation in Venezuela, where nearly 100 people have died since April and more than 1,500 were injured in connection with ongoing protests. Secretary-General António Guterres today said he and the international community “wish for peace and democracy in Venezuela,” and stressed in a statement that a solution must be found […]
The third consecutive failed rainy season in East Africa has seriously eroded families’ resilience, and urgent and effective livelihood support is required, the United Nations agricultural agency has warned. According to an alert released today by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), poor rains have worsened hunger and left crops scorched, pastures dry and thousands […]
Noting the challenges that continue to hamper sustained progress in combating cholera in Haiti, the United Nations General Assembly underscored the need to strengthen national health, sanitation and water systems on the island to promote the well-being of the population as well as contributing to Haiti’s sustainable development efforts. In a resolution adopted today, the […]
This was NOT a This Week in Interview, interview however we thought our listeners could benefit from Dr. Johnson’s insight and discussions.
Thousands of South Sudanese civilians are fleeing to neighbouring Ethiopia as Government troops advance on a rebel stronghold in the Upper Nile region, a senior United Nations official today said, expressing grave concern about what is already the world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis. Reports from the UN International Organization on Migration (IOM) “suggest that Government forces […]
Leaders of the Abundant Life Fellowship and Deliverance Ministries in Dominica discuss plans for for this almost 20 year old ministry.
On a beautiful Caribbean Island, bizarre events and characters intersect under the ominous presence of a mysterious science facility, in Nicole Georges-Bennett’s “Tales of St.Marts”; a collection of fantasy genre short stories. “Tales of St.Marts” is Georges-Bennett’s first book, and explores themes of small island society, culture, and politics against the backdrop of an island […]
Dominican born attorney at law Clement Joseph joins Anthony on this weeks This Week in Interview.
Attorney at law and parliamentary representative of the Roseau South constituency returns to join Anthony to discuss Dominica’s election law and the changes the Prime Minister recently put forward.
Téyat Pawòl stages new play Crystal Waters Blue Skies – ‘The Case of the Fire of 1963’ Sunday May 28.
Téyat Pawòl releases its 19th theatrical play. Téyat Pawòl takes a dramatic look at the Carnival Monday ‘Fire of 1963’ through a play Crystal Waters Blue Skies – ‘The Case of the Fire of 1963’ at the Arawak House of Culture on Sunday, May 28, 2017, for one day only at 3 & 7 pm. […]
Miss Aldelaide Paul and Marceline Edwards are live discussing the amendments to the laws that are being rammed through Dominica’s parliament. Listen