January 17, 2019

Slay Your Inner Bully

The Thrive Experts challenge you to ‘Slay Your Inner Bully’ in 2019 The Slay Your Inner Bully program is an intimate, intensive 6 week online program produced and presented by The Thrive Experts aka Jennifer Slay and Jennifer Jimbere and is geared to help people to improve their ability to manage their inner critic (that […]

Cayman Islands Ministry announces new phase of consultations

■ Ministry of Community Affairs reports on next phase in its evaluation of financial assistance operations ■ Public input to be sought GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Ministry of Community Affairs is pleased to announce its next review phase by launching a series of consultations, with private citizens and not-for profit-organisations, to further improve services and […]

Ecotones 5 – The Caribbean: Vulnerability and Resilience

Announcement published by Binita Mehta on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 From H-Announce Type: Conference Date: January 15, 2019 Location: New York, United States Subject Fields: American History / Studies, Atlantic History / Studies, Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, Environmental History / Studies, Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies CALL FOR PAPERS An “ecotone” initially designates a transitional area between two […]

Could pot harm men’s sperm?

From Newsmax New research shows that marijuana causes genetic changes in sperm, though it’s not clear what effect those changes have, or if they’re passed on to a man’s children. But the scientists said their findings suggest that men trying to have children should consider avoiding marijuana. In experiments with rats and a study involving […]

The future of the UK Overseas Territories inquiry – Foreign Affairs Committee’s Inquiry

From Leonardo Raznovich I felt compelled to expand my written evidence in relation to this inquiry in particular after the unanimous decision of the Bermudian Court of Appeal which confirmed the illegality of the Domestic Partnership Act 2018 passed by the Bermudian government last February with the complicity of the UK government.   The Foreign […]

Programs and services to make 2019 an extraordinary year for you in the Cayman Islands

From  Inspired Lifestyles with Donna January 2019 Program – Just Around the Corner Get the Results You Want! Inspirational Weight ManagementWith Success Coach, Lifestyle Consultant – Donna Mitchell Enjoy food, real food, not a boxed supplement!Develop strengths and life skills for achieving and maintaining your healthiest weight for the rest of your life.It’s positive and easy! Small […]

Cayman Islands Human Rights Commission celebrates International Human Rights Day

“All human beings are born fee and equal in dignity and rights…Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind…”- Articles 1 & 2 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.Monday is International Human Rights Day which is observed every year on 10th December. This year marks […]

Caribbean ‘frontier societies’ like St Vincent are defined by the ever-present interplay between the civilised and the wild

By Philip Nanton From LSE Historical shifts and contemporary changes in St Vincent and the Grenadines reveal how the frontier between the wild and the civilised is ever-present and continually shifting in the Caribbean and beyond. Colonisers once recoiled from untameable peoples and landscapes, as did the establishment from “out of control” self-organising religious movements like the […]

Cayman Islands: Do you have teens who need “unplugging”?

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Better governments for better lives: A road map for enhancing Civil Service Management in six Caribbean Countries

By Mariano Lafuente From BID Mejorando vidas High-quality human resources are the centerpiece of state capacity. The ways in which the civil service is managed—human resource planning policies, recruitment and selection, pay, and professional development, among other factors—are critical for attracting, retaining, and motivating the right people. These are the people delivering services to us […]