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Artist shortlist for national Windrush Monument revealed
Secretary Blinken’s Roundtable with CARICOM Foreign Ministers
“Together to Zero”: Coles signs major renewable electricity agreements
Martin Levermore appointed as new Windrush independent adviser
Researchers denounce revived theory of Caribbean cannibalism
UN Disability Rights Committee issues findings on Estonia and calls for people with disabilities’ inclusion
Poop core records 4,300 years of bat diet and environment
Wide range in access to HIV testing of babies in Caribbean
30 countries join global initiative to tackle marine litter
Committee on Rights of Persons with Disabilities Closes Twenty-Fourth Virtual Session after Adopting its Concluding Recommendations
New study recommends strategies to serve under-protected Caribbean transgender community
Connect2Include: Making digital accessibility a reality for all
Guterres urges ‘decisive action’ to stave off debt crisis in developing world
Transcultura Programme launches a unique opportunity for Caribbean musicians and music professionals
New observing system financing initiative wins support
Digital HIV education for Jamaican young people during COVID-19 and beyond
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion – Caribbean youth to lead fight against racism
Delivering for countries most vulnerable to climate change
FS speech 10th UK-Caribbean Forum, 18 March 2021
WMO Hurricane Committee retires tropical cyclone names and ends use of Greek alphabet
Global Partnership members commemorate Zero Discrimination Day around world
ECLAC’s Associate Member Countries Call for Cooperation and Support towards a Resilient COVID-19 Recovery and Readvancing 2030 Agenda
Hurricane Committee discusses record-breaking 2020 season, plans for 2021
UNESCO coordinates a tsunami preparedness exercise on 11 March in Caribbean
Addressing a Complex World of Pain in a Single Gene Difference
441 Federally-Supported Community Vaccination Centers in First Month of Biden-Harris Administration
Tourism in a Post-Pandemic World
Using Submarine Cables to Detect Earthquakes
CBSA and RCMP collaboration results in smuggling charges
CEFC backs 300 MW Victorian Big Battery to strengthen grid and support more renewable energy
Regional meeting focuses on service delivery
World Bank Approves Additional Financing of US$10 Million to Enhance Jamaica’s Business Environment
Anti-Black police violence rooted in slave trade: Harvard researcher
El apoyo a largo plazo a la biotecnología en Cuba resulta en prometedoras vacunas contra el COVID-19
COVID-19: Long-term support for biotech yields vaccine promise in Cuba
UNESCO funds initiatives to boost creative industries and urges decision-makers to include culture
International Fund for Cultural Diversity supports Jamaica in strengthening its cultural and creative industries
Raising ambition to tackle climate change in Latin America and Caribbean
Imperial hosts new international scholarships for women in STEM
UK commits to maintain funding share of Caribbean Special Development
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki and Domestic Policy Advisor Susan Rice, January 26, 2021
World Bank approves US$13.5 Million for Guyana
OECD: Energy taxes could strengthen public revenues
First-ever Jamaica transgender strategy looks beyond health
Virtual training to empower port women
CBSA Atlantic Region operational and enforcement highlights from 2020 – Protecting and Supporting Canadians during
A new opportunity to connect Cultural and Creative Sector in Caribbean with European markets
Artists from Asia and Caribbean explore networking opportunities for creating new cultural values