March 2, 2021

Haiti to lead way in revitalising sister city relationships for Caribbean

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From CARICOM Today PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI – As the country with the greatest number of sister city relationships in the Caribbean region, Haiti is set to lead the way in the revitalisation of these relationships and development of new ones. The Caribbean region has 54 sister city relationships, and with the appointment of a Caribbean Representative […]

Cayman Islands Truman Bodden Law School welcomes two new lecturers

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The Truman Bodden Law School has recently welcomed Scott Atkins and Michael Bromby as newly appointed Lecturers in Law. Mr Atkins will lecture on Contract, Commercial and Trusts Law on the Law School’s undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Scott graduated from the University of Birmingham (UK) with a First Class Honours degree in Law. He later […]

Caribbean rights advocate tells SIDS conference it’s time to re-think strategies

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From Caribbean360 APIA, Samoa, Tuesday September 2, 2014, CMC – Prominent Caribbean rights advocate, Anande Trotman-Joseph, says there is need to “domesticate” international law so as to strengthen measures aimed at ensuring equality, opportunities and empowerment for women. “SIDS requires integrated and inclusive approaches as we enter upon a new paradigm for development, built upon […]