Guyana Review

President David Arthur Granger
President David Arthur Granger

Guyana’s political ‘rough and tumble’: No confidence vote and beyond

The image of the bewildered expressions on the faces of the coalition administration’s members of the National Assembly immediately after one of their number had voted with the other side of the House on the Friday December 21, 2018 no confidence motion, without doubt, warrants a place in the gallery of visual images of historic moments in Guyana’s contemporary political history.

Foreign Secretary Carl Greenidge

Development, change and the role of the media

I am honoured to join you this evening on this auspicious occasion which I believe has as its core objective the reaffirmation and celebration of the vital role of the free Press in today’s world, Guyana being no exception.

Donor-funded journalism is on the rise in Africa: why it needs closer scrutiny

Some African journalists are concerned that foreign funders may influence what they cover and how Authors Herman Wasserman Professor of Media Studies and Director of the Centre for Film and Media Studies, University of Cape Town Audrey Gadzekpo Professor in the Department of Communication Studies, University of Ghana Chris Paterson Senior Lecturer in International Communication, University of Leeds An enormous and increasing portion of the foreign development aid coming into Africa annually is for media development.

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James Patterson

The President’s take

Credible Elections in the Shortest Possible Time The current political situation in our nation which resulted from the no-confidence vote against the Government on 21st December, 2018, in the National Assembly should not be cause for alarm and anxiety.

  Marijuana plants

Marijuana as Medicine

The term medical marijuana refers to using the whole, unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat symptoms of illness and other conditions.

A class in session at CPCE.

Preparing teachers to deliver 21st-century skills

Countries across the world are currently engaged in a wide-range of reforms in their respective education curricula with a view to better preparing their children for the more demanding educational responsibilities of jobs and of life, generally, in the twenty first century.

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