The word speaks for itself about discrimination: The Caribbean Netherlands and the Netherlands

Presidente Di Parlamento Di Curacao Sra. Charetti America Francisca

Speaker of the Parliament of Curacao Sra. Charetti America-Francisca spoke on the first day of IPKO and expressed her gratitude to the IPKO organization. It is hoped that there will be good communication during IPKO meetings. The program is full of interesting topics that need our attention, one of which is certainly the climate topic.
According to Curaçao parliament speaker Sra. Charetti America-Francisca, Curacao receives a presentation from an expert who has conducted research on Bonaire. For Curaçao this is important because we have a lot in common with Bonaire in the Caribbean and nature. In this sense, you can certainly learn from the presentation that was held in the face of the climate situation, while also keeping in mind that it is never too late.

Speaker of the Parliament of Curacao Sra. Charetti America-Francisca shares that she was inspired by this and gave a message with the same thoughts. So it is never too late to change, never too late to improve, never too late to show your best side.
So it’s not too late to create another national museum of slavery, which we as an empire are more than 150 years late for, but it’s never too late. It is in line with the intention to interpret the Prime Minister’s coma. The Route. We must continue with this vision and make reparations for what was done by the past of slavery and colonialism in the communities in the Caribbean part of the kingdom.

The world is doing a lot more as a result of climate change the impact is reducing pollution and the loss of energy sources has been suffered for years, but it is never too late to make a positive change in this, the Netherlands is a leader in this, but from Curaçao we hope that we can benefit from the technical know-how that the Netherlands has. Curaçao has taken the first steps to serve as a leader in the Caribbean in producing more green energy.

Another point of concern is the situation of students in the Netherlands from the Caribbean. In the Curaçao delegation we are in regular contact with students from our region, and they tell us about many problems and pain they experience. Pain points such as discrimination and prejudice, cultural adaptation, linguistic diversity and social isolation. Students in the Caribbean may be isolated due to lack of support from distant family and friends.

Sometimes cultural and language differences can make it difficult to make new friends and participate in social activities. Additionally, housing in the Netherlands is expensive and a challenge for most Caribbean students. There are also financial pressures, studying in the Netherlands can be expensive especially for Caribbean students. Students in the Caribbean may have difficulty meeting financial obligations such as school fees, rent, insurance and maintenance, all of which can bring stress and fear of a financial situation and can affect their performance in school. The National Ombudsman has done a lot of investigations and reported on this and it is not a new situation and it has been known for many years, according to the Speaker of the Parliament of Curacao Mrs. Charetti America-Francisca stressed.

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