The first Caribbean Human Development Report (HDR) analyses the impact of insecurity and violence on human development within the development context of Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS). It provides evidenced based recommendations on how to better address insecurity and violence across the region, but particularly in the English and Dutch-speaking Caribbean countries.
Raynard Christopher Burnside, like many youth in the Caribbean, went to University with the idea that a degree would ensure him a spot in the job market, and like many young people in the Caribbean today, this did not happen.more
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Projects and Initiatives
The Youth-IN project is about empowering young people to become agents of change, not to just sit by and receive support but to become actively involved in the development of their own sustainable future. Our mission is based on a 2010 report produced by the CARICOM Youth Commission, ‘Eye on the Future: Investing in YOUTH NOW for Tomorrow’s Community’, to which many young people across the Caribbean contributed. The report shows the challenges of Caribbean youth and the costs of not investing in Youth. more
- 16 Jul 2015:Rotary Summer Academy Attendee Documents his Experience
- 12 Jul 2015:Natural Fibres and Seeds First National Conference - “Beyond the Bush”
- 07 Jul 2015:Resident Coordinator's remarks at the Opening of the Caribbean Regional Workshop The Universal Periodic Process: How to Translate Human Rights Commitments into National Realities, 7 to 9 July 2015, Bridgetown, Barbados