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‘Human rights Dutch Antilles not well protected’

THE HAGUE – Human rights in the six Caribbean islands of the Kingdom do not keep pace with those in the Netherlands. The Netherlands needs to do more to ensure it, according to the Advisory Council on International Affairs (AIV). The Netherlands and six Caribbean islands together are the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Their residents […]

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Summer Foodies Event – The vegan food event with summer vibes

WILLEMSTAD – The 15th of July 2018 the 8th event of Vegan Curacao will take place in Hofi Cas Cora. Welcome to the “Summer Foodies Fair”. Several restaurants in Curacao that will participate and surprise your taste buds positively with cruelty-free meals. Try various (new) vegan kitchens in just one day,  from restaurants such as Hofi […]

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Summer Foodies Event – The vegan food event with summer vibes

WILLEMSTAD – The 15th of July 2018 the 8th event of Vegan Curacao will take place in Hofi Cas Cora. Welcome to the “Summer Foodies Fair”. Several restaurants in Curacao that will participate and surprise your taste buds positively with cruelty-free meals. Try various (new) vegan kitchens in just one day,  from restaurants such as Hofi […]

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Music Platform Skempi goes international

WILLEMSTAD – Today marks the official launch day of the brand new Skempi platform, for which a press conference was held at the National Library of Curacao (BNK). Skempi is a music streaming platform that launched almost 5 years ago. Initially, Skempi focused on publishing independent Caribbean music. The organization will continue doing so, but […]

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Music Platform Skempi goes international

WILLEMSTAD – Today marks the official launch day of the brand new Skempi platform, for which a press conference was held at the National Library of Curacao (BNK). Skempi is a music streaming platform that launched almost 5 years ago. Initially, Skempi focused on publishing independent Caribbean music. The organization will continue doing so, but […]

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