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Fabienne Flessel · January, 2010

I first joined as a translator for GV en français and have since discovered the power of “blogging”. It's only then that I started writing for GV Caribbean about the French-speaking Caribbean.
When I am not a GVer, I am an EFL teacher in Guadeloupe (where I am from).
I am deeply interested in social studies (gender, education, human rights) and the history and culture of people of African descent in the Americas.

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Latest posts by Fabienne Flessel from January, 2010

Haiti: The Homeless Situation

Haiti: Where are the 15 missing children?

Haiti: Bloggers’ Reactions to Regional Interventions

For more than two weeks, the governance of Haiti after the earthquake has been seriously questioned by Haitian bloggers. They are now discussing the reactions in the neighboring countries and...

Haiti: Media Operations Center launched for Haitian journalism

Haiti: Signs of a “normal life” in Port-au-Prince

Haiti: Teens’ perspectives on the earthquake

Although the coverage of the aftermath of the 7.3 earthquake which has left Haiti's capital partly devastated, has been massive, one group of Haitian bloggers has been overlooked - teenagers....

Haiti: French-speaking bloggers react to the 6.2 aftershock

Haiti: International clashes over humanitarian assistance

Five days after the terrible earthquake which has partly destroyed the capital city, Port-au-Prince and others like Leogane and Jacmel, it has been very difficult for rescuers, medical teams and...

Haiti: Awarded Haitian born writer expresses grief and hope

Haiti, USA: When politics challenge compassion

Haiti: Predicted Disaster?

Haiti, Cuba: Cooperation

Haiti: “Solidarité Haïti”

Haiti: Blogging daily updates on human and logistical situation

Haiti: Renowned Haitians announced dead

Though communicating inside and outside Haiti has been a huge challenge and most people have not been able to have reliable -if any - information concerning their relatives and friends,...

Haiti: Le Cap Haitien sends some news

Wednesday January 13th: The day after the terrible 7.0 earthquake which has left Haiti in an undefinable situation, and the island is facing seemingly insurmountable communication challenges. Still, bloggers are...

Martinique, French Guiana: “No” To More Autonomy

The referendum which took place on Sunday, January 10th 2010, in the French Overseas Regions of Martinique and French Guiana to vote for either more autonomy from France or to...

Haiti: First reactions to the 7.0 earthquake

Guadeloupe: 2010 another year of social struggle?

Martinique, French Guiana: Referendum for more autonomy from France

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