Governance and Electoral Continuity and Change in the Caribbean

Event Date(s): 17/06/2021

The Institute of International Relations and the Caribbean Policy Consortium Caribbean invite you to a webinar titled Governance and Electoral Continuity and Change in the Caribbean: Retrospect and Prospect 2020-2021. This webinar will take place on June 17, at 5 p.m. and will give participants the opportunity to gain insight into governance and electoral continuity and change in the Caribbean.

Click here to join the session  https://uwi.zoom.us/j/93899705727?pwd=SzZqNXY5Y3lwY2gxYkdzN29lb21PUT09


Feature Speakers and Topics

Mrs. Cynthia Barrow-Giles, The UWI, Cave Hill  - Guyana's Electoral Saga: Implications for Governance in a Plural Society

Professor Jack Menke, Anton de Kom University, Suriname - Electoral Outcomes and Prospects for Stability in post-Bouterse Suriname

Professor Hamid Ghany, SALISES UWI St Augustine - Elections and Governance in Trinidad and Tobago

Professor Georges Fauriol, CPC Fellow - Dynamics of Electoral Change in Haiti and the Dominican Republic

Mr. Earl Moxam, Political analyst RJR-Jamaica Gleaner - Political Continuity and Policy Adaptation in Jamaica

Dr. Wendy Grenade, The UWI, Cave Hill - Electoral Dynamics in St Kitts and Nevis and St Vincent and the Grenadines in 2020

Open to: | General Public |