‘Knowledge Underground’ sets scene for discourse on ideas

“Guyana is sort of an arid land when it comes to being able to discuss things,” Esther McIntosh of The Consultancy Group (TCG) says. “Many persons said they’ve never experienced something like this before in Guyana. That alone tells us that we’re on the right track.”

“The right track” as McIntosh told Stabroek News, refers to the “Knowledge Underground 2014,” an initiative launched by the TCG last month to present an in-house forum for Guyanese to discuss a multitude of ideas related to the environment, human rights, economics and culture.

Set in an intimate, “bottom house” setting, the forum aims to provide an unbiased outlet for  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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