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has said, despite its successes, it is still facing several key challenges in promoting and implementing its accreditation process in the region...HP. prospects of gain The executive director also said "prospects of economic gain appear to carry
Dr Denzil Douglas, prime minister of St Kitts & Nevis, was of the opinion that the recommendations may have been taken out of context. Although the statement by the 140 organisations did not mention it, he pointed out that there has been no talk of
Opposition wants definitive statements to be made in the House of Representatives on the implementation of the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) as well as the state of discussions with Canada for a trade regime. Edmund Bartlett, member of
Caribbean nations and dependencies, was created in 1973 with its main purposes being to promote economic integration and cooperation among its members, to ensure that the benefits of integration are equitably shared, and to coordinate foreign policy.
Getting to Zero Discrimination Through Justice For All' as part of efforts for the elimination of HIV-related stigma and discrimination. In a statement yesterday, St Kitts & Nevis Prime Minister Dr Denzil Douglas said based on deliberations, regional
Guyana (AP) A Caribbean trade bloc has requested a meeting with European nations that engaged in the Atlantic slave trade to talk about reparations. Caricom made the announcement Friday at the end of its four-day regional summit held in Antigua.
April 11, 2014, which indicated that the heads of government will be presenting for endorsement, several actionable recommendations on eliminating HIV-related stigma and discri-mination. The recommendations were made following a regional HIV
Brownfield said during a teleconference with journalists from across the region and the US yesterday. The assertion by the American official comes nearly four months after Caribbean leaders met in St Vincent to discuss changes to their respective
The slave trade may have been abolished but the job isn't done yet. stringberd , CC BY-NC-SA Should the descendants of slaves receive compensatory payment? This idea has returned to the US since the publication of a major essay in The Atlantic
Canada for a trade and development agreement, Minister of Foreign Affairs A.J. Nicholson is signalling that the region has drawn its proverbial line in the sand. Canada to provide greater levels of development support from the North American country.