The request for reparations for the genocide of the natives and the slavery by the members of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) continues and on June 8, 2023 Judge Patrick Robinson, member of the International Court of Justice, presented the Report on Reparations for Transatlantic Chattel Slavery in the Americas and the Caribbean, prepared by the Brattle Group for the University of the West Indies and the American Society of International Law's, which estimates the compensations due for transatlantic slavery at between one hundred and one hundred and thirty-one trillion dollars.
On October 12, 2023 the President of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro asked CELAC for the creation of a "Commission for the Historical Truth of Colonialism and for the Reparation of All Latin and Caribbean America", proposed by the thirty-one Indigenous and African descent peoples present at the first Insurgent Meeting for Venezuelanity and the Vice President of Colombia Francia Márquez inaugurated the "National Intersectoral Commission for Historical Reparation", created by Decree 820/23 with the aim of overcoming the effects of racism, racial discrimination and colonialism in the country's ethnic populations.
From 14 to 17 November 2023 the Accra Reparations Conference was held with the participation of the President of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo, the President of the African Union Azali Assoumani, the Prime Minister of Burundi Gervais Ndirakobuca, the Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Mottley, the Vice President of the African Union Commission Monique Nsanzabaganwa and the Secretary General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Carla Barnett. The conference ended with the approval of the Accra Proclamation on Reparations, which provides by the African Union for the creation of a Committee of Experts on Reparations, a Global Reparations Fund and a Special Envoy on Reparations for Africans, for the recognition of African civil society efforts on reparations, for the creation of a transcontinental partnership with CARICOM and the African diaspora, for the exploration of legal and judicial options for reparations with the creation of a Legal Reference Group, for the repatriation of the remains and the restitution of African cultural artifacts and for the regular holding of the International Conference on Reparations.
Colonialism Reparation supports the requests for reparations for slavery by Africa and the Caribbean and calls on the former colonizers (United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, etc.) to apologise and pay compensations for the colonial period.