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  Following is the full text of the statement issued by the Caribbean Telecommunications Union on the Regulatory Forum held on December 10-11 at Cascadia Hotel, St Ann’s, Trinidad & Tobago. We have re-posted it on Kittivisian Life for those of you who didn’t have a chance to read it […]

CTU Issues Statement After Its Port-of-Spain Forum

PRESS RELEASE Three and a half years after the signing of the CARIFORUM-EU Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) the regional private sector has been urged to get on board, instead of passively standing on the sidelines. The admonition has come from Head of the European Union Delegation to Barbados and the […]

Caribbean Export-EU Media Launch

CHARLESTOWN, NEVIS, SEPTEMBER 26TH 2011 (CUOPM) The present holding of a preliminary enquiry into criminal matters prior to trial is being described as “archaic, detrimentally automatic, uses up scarce judicial resources with no corresponding legal benefits to the criminal justice system and delays the conduct of trials.”

Legislative Reforms to Enhance Rule of Law and Strengthening Justice ...

Parliament Establishes Select Committee on Crime and Violence and authorizes operationalisation of anti-crime strategy Basseterre, St. Kitts, (CUOPM) – A resolution authorising the operationalisation of the anti-crime strategy and the establishment of a Parliamentary Select Committee on Crime and Violence was passed in the St. Kitts and Nevis National Assembly […]

Parliament Establishes Select Committee on Crime and Violence

The federation is now one step closer to the opening of the New Horizons Rehabilitation Centre as a team of consultants from UWI Consultancy Inc have signed a contract with the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis to conduct consultancy services for the Establishment of An Institutional Framework for the […]

UWI Consulting Firm Signs Contract Under Child Development Project.

“All forms of violence against women must stop – from the use of rape as a weapon of war to the use of violence by a husband to terrorize his wife within her own home. “ DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL ASHA-ROSE MIGIRO The Caribbean component of UN Secretary General Ban  Ki-moon’s UNiTE […]

UNiTE Caribbean Launched in Barbados

UN UPR Consultation
by Orita Bailey The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with the Ministry of Justice, and the Department of Social Services, held consultations with Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO’s) yesterday 7th September 2010, in line with it’s obligations to the United Nations Human Rights Council.

Consultations on Human Rights Held in the Federation

Basseterre, St. Kitts, (SKNIS): The Region is one step closer to enhancing competitiveness through the harmonization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) policies, legislation and regulatory procedures after a four-day workshop in St. Kitts and Nevis, last week.


  By Cyndie Demming The least is not our portion, nor are we looking for the most.  We are simply asking for a level playing field, 50/50 in short equality.  The Ministry of Gender Affairs, St Kitts & Nevis launched on Monday 13 July 2009 a Women Issues Manifesto aptly […]

COMMENTARY:The Least Is Not Our Portion

 Published on Thursday, March 2, 2009 Antigua and Barbuda   Antigua and Barbuda must aggressively pursue ways to repair its image before the coming storm of anti-tax haven abuse legislation, says top New York attorney, Kenneth Rubinstein. Rubinstein's law firm drafted the Antigua International Trust Act, International Foundations Act and the […]

Antigua-Barbuda Must Repair Offshore Image, Says New York Attorney