By Dr. Nastassia Rambarran Dr. Nastassia Rambarran is a Guyanese Public Health Consultant, Researcher and Physician living in Barbados.
By Sireesha Bobbili & Ruth Rodney Sireesha Bobbili and Ruth Rodney are UN Women consultants who developed the qualitative research component of the Women’s Health and Life Experiences Survey in Guyana.
By Harry Hergash Harry Hergash, a graduate of the University of Guyana taught at the Annandale Government Secondary from 1964 to 1969.
By Steven L. B. Jensen Steven L. B. Jensen is a Research Visitor at the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights in Oxford and the author of The Making of International Human Rights.
By Kemahl Khan Editor’s Note: On Friday, September 13, QC alumnus, Kemahl “ARK” Khan, died while on vacation with his daughter and grand-children.
By Kevin Edmonds & Grace Wu Kevin Edmonds is an Assistant Professor in Caribbean Studies at the University of Toronto and a member of the Caribbean Solidarity Network.
By The Caribbean Voice According to the World Health Organization (WHO) one in four people in the world will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives.
By Tara Patricia Cookson Tara Patricia Cookson is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of British Columbia and director of Ladysmith, a research consultancy focused on gender equality and social protection.
By Angelique V. Nixon Angelique V. Nixon is a Bahamas-born, Trinidad-based writer, artist, and scholar-activist.
By Esther Figueroa, Ph.D. Esther Figueroa, Ph.D. is an activist independent film maker, writer, linguist and educator who focuses on the environment, social justice, indigenous knowledges and local content.
By D. Alissa Trotz and Christian Campbell D. Alissa Trotz is editor of the In the Diaspora column.
by Angelique V. Nixon Angelique V. Nixon is a Bahamas-born, Trinidad-based writer, artist, and scholar-activist.
Felician Medino Abraham is from Moruca. He produced a study on the impact of school education on Indigenous people using ethnography in South Rupununi.
Vidyaratha Kissoon lives in Guyana. This article is an edited version of his blogpost that appeared on August 19: https://churchroadman.blogspot.com/2019/08/the-dignified-life-in-guyana-respecting.html Afternoon of a Sunday which started with a lot of rain and there is a gathering of people to talk about the right to dignified lives in Guyana.
By Clare Anderson Clare Anderson is Professor of History at the University of Leicester.
By D. Alissa Trotz D. Alissa Trotz is editor of the In the Diaspora Column A little over a week ago, Guyanese woke up to what can only be described as a racist and xenophobic attack on Haitians in the Guyana Times newspaper.
By Yarimar Bonilla Yarimar Bonilla is a founder of the Puerto Rico Syllabus project and co-editor of Aftershocks of Disaster: Puerto Rico Before and After the Storm.
By Esther Figueroa Esther Figueroa, Ph.D. is an activist independent film maker, writer, linguist and educator who focuses on the environment, social justice, indigenous knowledges and local content.
By Lear Matthews Lear Matthews is professor, State University of New York, Empire State College.
By Carolyn Cooper Carolyn Cooper, PhD, is a specialist on culture and development.