Two weeks after learning that Oxfam staff members had sex parties with prostitutes after the 2010 earthquake, the Haitian government is investigating.
After revelations about prostitution, the charity released its 2011 investigative report containing more accusations against staff members.
The charity admitted that concerns were raised about the use of prostitutes by staff members in Chad, under the official who later oversaw the group’s operation in Haiti.
A newspaper reported that Oxfam officials hired prostitutes and held sex parties in 2011. The group fired four people and three quit under scrutiny.
“If you get off the phone,” I said, “I’ll sing you an old Creole song.”
In embassies around the world, some of America’s diplomats are being dressed down by their host nations. Others are considering leaving their posts.
The president’s disparagement of Haiti reminded some of the longstanding stigma Haitians face. Others hope the insults will increase voter turnout.
President Trump would prefer immigrants from places like Norway.
The media uses euphemisms when describing Trump’s comments about race. Here’s the truth: Donald Trump is a racist.
The president’s vulgar comments about certain countries harken back to complaints about “undesirable nationals” that led to severe restrictions in 1924.
As the Trump administration clamps down on immigration, asylum-seekers are discovering that Canada is not quite the “Promised Land” some had hoped for.
I grew up using a latrine, alongside some of the most resilient, decent people I’ve ever encountered.
Three Haitian writers explore stories of politics, love and violence.
A practical response for those offended by our president’s racist comments.
After President Trump used vulgar language about immigrants, TV news grappled with a question: Were his comments racist?
Reports that President Trump called Haiti and African nations “shithole countries” drew nearly universal condemnation.
Yes, people in the room say they heard him make the remarks about “shithole” countries. No, he won’t face any consequences.
The president’s racially charged comments threaten an emerging agreement to project some undocumented immigrants, which risks bringing a government shutdown.
Mr. Trump’s disparaging words for Haiti and Africa have caused outrage worldwide. They have also raised a question about an American ideal: Who should be let in?
In a meeting with lawmakers, President Trump said the United States needed more immigrants from places like Norway and fewer from Haiti and African countries.