Caribbean countries remain economically vulnerable and require continued support, according to the Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community Secretariat, CARICOM.
The Foreign Affairs Minister of Guyana says the advancements made by Caribbean countries should not be reversed.
On Saturday, Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett chaired a meeting at UN Headquarters in New York, on the margins of the 69th General Assembly.
Bolivia and Ecuador have made great progress in advancing indigenous rights by openly recognizing them in their respective Constitutions.
The stage has been set for the creation of the post-2015 development agenda says the President of the 68th UN General Assembly session.
The announcement by the Cuban government to provide health professionals to help tackle the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been welcomed by the UN health agency.
Women in the Caribbean need to understand the “bigger picture” on climate change so they can engage with policy makers and influence decisions which impact them.
That’s the view of a senior projects officer of the Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC), which is based in Barbados.
Women from Grenada play a critical role in the agricultural sector of the small island but lack resources to sustain their business, according to the manager of a rural development programme.
The consciousness of mankind has changed, according to Louis Gossett Jr., an internationally acclaimed actor and social justice advocate.
The international community is meeting in the Pacific Ocean nation of Samoa for what is being described as a “once-in-a-decade opportunity” to support small island developing states or SIDS.