Tag: caribbean

Terrorism Ought to Be Everyone’s Concern

“It is well-established that many jihadists come from Trinidad. Then, there is the fact that Caribbean nationals reside practically all over the world. Thus, it is not too remote to think that a Caribbean national can get hurt in one of these acts of terrorism.” read more

Grenada Ahead Of Montreal Protocol Schedule

“Garraway announced that Grenada is well ahead of its Montreal Protocol target in the phase-out of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) indicating that in the phase out of Chlorofluorocarbon (CFCs), Grenada was able to phase out this group of chemicals in 2006, 4 years ahead of the Montreal Protocol Schedule of 2010.” read more

Put Legal End To Discrimination, Harassment Of Women

“In the Caribbean, I am of the view that the most significant act of awareness of sexual harassment is that calypso classic sung by Singing Sandra, “Sexy Employers.’’ The song, which Sandra rendered at last Sunday’s Master of Calypso concert in Grenada, is most commonly known as, “Die With My Dignity’’.” read more

IDA Earmarks USD65 Million for Grenada

“Grenada stands to receive more than USD60 million over a 3 year period from the International Development Agency (IDA) funds available for Small States to address climate change, natural disasters, energy and other areas. Dr Mitchell, who is also the Chair of the Small States Forum, says all this is testimony to that fact that Grenada continues to be a shining example for many countries.” read more
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