June 4, 2023

Stay in the Loop – 26 May 2023

From CARICOM Secretariat Stay in the loop In this episode, Communications Officer at the CARICOM Secretariat, Mrs Tusankine English-Francis, presents a weekly news roundup of the latest from the Caribbean Community.  Highlights 00:48 – CARICOM mobilises support to Guyana in the aftermath of the deadly dorm fire 02:09 – An outpouring of sympathy as Guyana mourns the […]

27 May Weather in Cayman

Sat 27 May 2023 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Light winds and smooth seas are expected to continue for the next few days in association with a weak pressure gradient over the northwest Caribbean. Today:  Sunshine and clouds mixed. Winds SSW at 5-10 mph. Tonight: Some clouds. Winds Slight & variable. Sea: Smooth with a wave height […]

Best practices & tips for selecting CLM Technology

From Corporate Counsel Partner- ALM LAW.COM Complimentary Resources How to Choose the Best CLM Solution for Your OrganizationEvaluating and selecting the right contract lifecycle management (CLM) platform can be complicated. This step-by-step guide walks you through the top considerations for selecting the best CLM platform for your organization. Sponsored by: Evisort inc.DOWNLOAD NOW 6 Essential Steps to […]

18 May Weather in Cayman

Thu 18 May 2023 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Light southeasterly winds and seas are expected for the next 24 hours in association with a weak pressure gradient over the northwest Caribbean. Today: Lots of sunshine. Winds lWinds ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Tonight: A few clouds with an isolated thunderstorm possible after midnight. Winds […]

 Siri Lindley: Most Americans oppose killing horses for food—Here’s how to end this brutal practice

Tens of thousands of American horses are slaughtered every year due to a loophole in federal policy. By Siri Lindley Author Bio: Siri Lindley is a co-founder of Horses In Our Hands, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending the slaughter of America’s horses. Lindley is also a world-champion triathlete, coach, author, and keynote speaker. Source: Independent Media Institute Credit […]

We’re bearing down on Volkswagen

From Krysta Bisnauth, Freedom United Over 100 international manufacturers of automotive parts or cars have some exposure to materials or products made with Uyghur forced labor but one particular company has more forced labor ties than most – Volkswagen. The Ürümchi Plant of Volkswagen China was the first car manufacturing project introduced in the Uyghur region. Despite […]

Reuters NEXT – Global political and business leaders unite at premier NYC conference

From Reuters Next Team At a time when the truth, new ideas and effective leadership have never been more important, Reuters NEXT – our premier annual event – returns to New York to bring together leading voices across business, government and civil society.  Drawing on the power of the Reuters global newsroom, the Nov. 8-9 summit will provide a […]

May Day in Havana: International solidarity to resist the U.S. blockade

By Walter Smolarek Author Bio: This article was produced in partnership by Peoples Dispatchand Globetrotter. Walter Smolarek is a Philadelphia-based journalist and activist, covering both political developments inside the United States as well as the international activities of U.S. imperialism. Since becoming involved in the movement against the Iraq War as a high school student, he has also […]

ICYMI: Dynamic New Generation speak on final day of the State of the Black World Conference V in Baltimore

From IBW 21 – Institute of the Black World 21st Century Williams Enterprises Photography Dynamic New Generation Speak on Final Day of the State of the Black World Conference V in Baltimore By Don Rojas — Speaking with eloquence and passion, three dynamic members of the new generation of Black leaders–Maurice Mitchell, National Director, Working […]

Globetrotter Submission: Global News Dispatches: 4 Stories

From the Peoples Dispatch / Globetrotter News Service U.S. And NATO Allies Accounted for Over Half of Global Military Expenditure in 2022 The world’s total military expenditure surpassed $2.24 trillion in 2022, with Europe recording its steepest rise in the last three decades, according to the annual military expenditure report of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). The report […]