By Bert Wilkinson, New York Amsterdam News
One of the main bugbears to progress in the 15-nation Caribbean Community has been linked to the slow pace of implementation of rules regarding free movement and resettlement of various categories of workers but leaders say they are moving to improve the work pace. At last week’s main leaders summit in idyllic St. Lucia, the […]
Now more than ever, our immigrant neighbors need us. This is a fight for our community, for our families and, let’s face it- it is a fight for the constitutional rights of every person living in our country. Understanding the rights of immigrants is important for all of us, because it will now fall on […]
Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel, Indira Gandhi, Margaret Thatcher. Even if you don’t agree with their politics, there’s no denying these women worked their way into positions of great leadership. While women in business may struggle to notch up the same high-profile success, there are many qualities women bring to work that are can create big-time […]
Caribbean countries are taking no chances this hurricane season and have purchased insurance ahead of this year’s Atlantic hurricane season.
Hurricane Irma aftermath destruction to some of st.maarten/stmartin beaches blowing down trees and uprooting some on the beach. (Image:Shutterstock) BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Caribbean members of the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility Segregated Portfolio Company (CCRIF SPC) have completed the selection of their insurance portfolio for 2019/20, with nine governments increasing their level of coverage for at […]