October 22, 2021

Caribbean Platform facilitates CSO contributions to SDGs

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STORY HIGHLIGHTS The Platform aims to increase CSOs’ knowledge about the SDGs in the Caribbean. EU Ambassador Aad Biesebroek underscored the role of CSOs in helping to translate government policies into “concrete measures that everyday people can embrace”. Trinidad and Tobago will present its VNR during the 2020 HLPF. 5 August 2019: The Caribbean Natural […]

T&T civil society calls on government and international development community to ally with them to deliver 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda locally

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Joint statement from SDGs Catalysts Network and wider civil society in Trinidad & Tobago Issued by: The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) Trinidad and Tobago, July 9, 2018 – Meaningful and active participation of all sectors of society is needed for the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda to be truly transformative. Endorsed by 193 countries worldwide, […]

Developing threats in mobile phishing

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Over the past recent years, the mobile technology landscape has seen an upsurge of attack targeted at popular apps such as WhatsApp, Facebook, and even Google Play. And with more and more companies leveraging mobile devices in their workspace, the concern for mobile security has now become a hot topic in the business sector. One […]

Civil society shaping tobacco control in the Caribbean

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Around the world the challenges faced by tobacco control advocates are similar: accessing funding and other resources, influencing policy makers, the tobacco industry, the tobacco industry and the tobacco industry. This is why it’s always useful to learn about routes that colleagues have taken to overcome these barriers. The Jamaica Coalition for Tobacco Control (JCTC) […]

Trinidad and Tobago civil society organisations prepare to take action on climate change as global agreement signed

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Port of Spain, 06 May 2016 – Adapting to the impacts of climate change is a priority under the United Nations Paris Climate Agreement, which has been signed by 177 countries, including several Caribbean countries. Saint Lucia, Barbados, St. Kitts and Nevis and Grenada have signed and ratified the Agreement. In Trinidad and Tobago, also […]