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Jorge Duany's "Human Trafficking in the Caribbean"

Jorge Duany's "Human Trafficking in the Caribbean" | Human Rights - Foundation Caribbean Rights, supported by Kibera's Women Self Help Group | Scoop.it
In a recent article, “Contrabando humano en el Caribe” (Diálogo Digital, 21 January 2011), Dr. Jorge Duany—professor of anthropology at the University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras, whose latest book ...

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Illegal transfers of humans, a growing transnational criminal industry

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Paradise Lost? Caribbean in Crisis - Financial Times

In depth analysis of why Island economies awash with large government debts years after the global financial crisis

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Barbados and its declining tourism industry; how to recapture the Barbadian dream?

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Servant from Caribbean slum fights to keep £20m inheritance - News - Jamaica Gleaner - Monday | October 7, 2013

Servant from Caribbean slum fights to keep £20m inheritance - News - Jamaica Gleaner - Monday | October 7, 2013 | Human Rights - Foundation Caribbean Rights, supported by Kibera's Women Self Help Group | Scoop.it
Syndicated gossips are rushing into the island of St Lucia this week for a riveting court case. A white British aristocrat, Lord Glenconner, died three years ago and left his island fortune of £20 million for his faithful...

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Inheritance for poor St Lucian manservant from Caribbean Slum

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6 Ways to Protect Your Child from Sexual Abuse

6 Ways to Protect Your Child from Sexual Abuse | Human Rights - Foundation Caribbean Rights, supported by Kibera's Women Self Help Group | Scoop.it
By DeAnna Sexual abuse. This is not a topic that most people like even thinking about, much less talking about. It is estimated that 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will experience some form of sexual...

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Article on things to do to lower the risk of children becoming victims of this crime

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Caribbean under scrutiny as OAS reforms human rights system

Caribbean under scrutiny as OAS reforms human rights system | Human Rights - Foundation Caribbean Rights, supported by Kibera's Women Self Help Group | Scoop.it
Hemispheric human rights organisations are fearful that what is viewed as Caribbean complacency on civil liberties may contribute to the undermining of the inter-American human rights system through r...
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Reforms of the human rights system, adjustments to powers and influences; what may be the consequences?

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This articles articulates that that the proposal by the Organisation of American States can weaken the Commission and undermine the role of its Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression. They believe a united Caribbean response can avert the worst dangers.

Louis Kolkman's curator insight, July 23, 2014 5:27 PM

The Caribbean members will have to acknowledge their reluctance to do something about this...

 

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The millionaire and the island nation: Eccentric mogul Felix Dennis to buy one laptop for every child in St Vincent and the Grenadines

The millionaire and the island nation: Eccentric mogul Felix Dennis to buy one laptop for every child in St Vincent and the Grenadines | Human Rights - Foundation Caribbean Rights, supported by Kibera's Women Self Help Group | Scoop.it
It is a good thing for the world’s 193rd most populous country, St Vincent and the Grenadines, that it has an Honorary Consul in Warwickshire.

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A laptop for every secondary school child in St Vincent and the Grenadines; what can technology do to inspire children?

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