In The Diaspora
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By Maya Trotz Maya Trotz is Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of South Florida .
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By Kevin Edmonds Kevin Edmonds is a PhD student, at the University of Toronto and is affiliated with the Center for Critical Development Studies and the Caribbean Studies Program .
By Dr Arif Bulkan In the six weeks since the mask slipped, providing an insight into Attorney General Anil Nandlall in his unguarded moments, our battered nation has been subjected to the arrogant response of both the AG himself and the ruling party in respect of the disclosures, followed closely by the prorogation of Parliament, and then yet another debilitating flood in Georgetown and along the coast after only a few hours of rain .
[Audio] President Donald Ramotar: Bring back di Parliament now and stap di govament from get aan laik se dem a dikteeta (President Donald Ramotar, Guyana: Re-convene Parliament immediately and return to the path of democracy).
By Charlene WilkinsonMs .
By Kevin De Silva Kevin De Silva, Guyanese, is a graduate of the University of Toronto and is currently engaged with issues related to Guyana and its diaspora .
By Diana Abraham, Andaiye, Arif Bulkan, Janette Bulkan, Ronald Burch-Smith, Mellissa Ifill, Leila Jagdeo, Jean La Rose, Joy Marcus, Christopher Ram, Fr Malcolm Rodrigues, Iana Seales, Alissa Trotz On Monday November 10, 2014, President Donald Ramotar prorogued the 10th Parliament of Guyana by proclamation .
The Dominican Republic’s possible withdrawal from the Inter American Human Rights Court: What is CARICOM’s position?
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By Gabrielle Hosein Gabrielle Jamela Hosein is a feminist, activist, poet and Lecturer at the University of the West Indies, and also writes a column in the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian Diaspora Column Editor’s Note: Our October 6th column reported on Dr .
By Vidyaratha Kissoon Vidyaratha Kissoon is a Guyanese who hopes that Diwali 2014 would inspire people to remember the divine light is in every being without discrimination .
By The Caribbean Voice The Caribbean Voice is a New York based NGO that has been involved in social activism since its launch in 1998 .
Editor’s Note: Nineteen days ago, on September 17th, Dr .
By Savitri PersaudSavitri Persaud was born in Guyana and spent part of her childhood in Moblissa, off the Linden Highway, and in Bellevue, West Bank Demerara .
A few weeks ago, Sir Hilary Beckles, Principal of the Cave Hill (Barbados) Campus of the University of the West Indies was named as the incoming Vice-Chancellor (replacing Guyanese Professor Nigel Harris who will be retiring) .
By Maya TrotzMaya Trotz teaches environmental engineering at the University of South Florida, Tampa In Environmental Engineering we usually say that there are 5 pillars of sustainability for projects: Environment, economic, socio-cultural respect, political cohesion, and community participation .
By Kimalee Phillip, Director and Project Coordinator with Groundation Grenada Groundation Grenada is a social action collective which focuses on the use of creative media to assess the needs of our communities, raise consciousness and act to create positive radical growth .
By Janette Bulkan Janette Bulkan is Assistant Professor, Department of Forest Resources Management, Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B .
Reparations campaign distracts from challenges facing Caribbean: A response by Hilbourne Watson and Trevor Campbell
Hilbourne Watson is a Barbadian political scientist .
By Tiffany Barry Tiffany Barry is the Social Change Coordinator at the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD), based in Georgetown, Guyana .
By Reginald DumasReginald Dumas received his academic education at the Chaguanas Government School, Queen’s Royal College, Cambridge University, and the Institut Universitaire de Hautes Etudes Internationales (Graduate Institute of International Studies), Geneva, Switzerland .
Editor’s Note: Last week we carried Hilbourne Watson’s response to a recent essay in which Prime Minister of St .
By Hilbourne Watson Barbadian Hilbourne A .
Editor’s Note: Last Friday, June 13th, was the 34th anniversary of the assassination of Walter Rodney .
Prince Neto DCB Waite is a Doctoral Candidate at the New York University School of Law .
Educating and Supporting the Caribbean Child with a Developmental Disability – are our Governments leaving them behind?
By Kala Ramnath, Ph .
Born in Port Mourant, Guyana and living in the US since 1985, Dr .
In Honour of Indian Arrival Day, May 5th 2014: Oral History and Documentation on Indian Indentureship as seen through the story of Immigrant Surujbali
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David Abdulah is an economist by training, labour and political activist committed to social justice .
By Kevin De SilvaKevin De Silva is a co-creator of the Caribbean Studies Students’ Union (CARSSU) and former president and editor of its annual journal .
Tonya Haynes is a founding member of CODE RED for Gender Justice and CatchAFyah Caribbean Feminist Network .