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The Jamaican Diaspora – Building an Operational Framework

The movement of people across borders is not new. It is an issue that has been with us from time immemorial. In the case of Jamaica the majority of its people were initially forced labourers. Slaves who were carried across the high seas by Europeans who were...

List of Speeches by Delano Franklyn

Speeches DoneHere is an up-to-date listing of the speeches of Delano Franklyn over the years.  DATES SPEECHES 0001. February 23, 2007 Presentation made during the State of the Nation Debate. 0002. October 19, 2006 Address delivered on the occasion of the opening...

List of Published Articles by Delano Franklyn

Published Articles Here is an up-to-date listing of articles written and published in newspapers, journals, and the like.   DATES TITLE OF ARTICLES 0001. August 23, 2006 Golding Flip Flops On Venezuela. 0002. August 2, 2005 Penrole Brown and P.J Patterson. 0003. July...

Letter to Grantley Stephenson

Letter 1  July 15, 2008 Grantley Stephenson Townhouse #14 Briarwood Court 69 Shortwood Road Kingston 8   Dear Mr. Stephenson: Re: Proposed sale of Apt.57 Courtleigh Towers, 3 Renfrew Road, Kingston 10. -- Grantley Stephenson et ux to Douglas Halsall   We write to give...

Jamaican Diaspora and Canada

Canada is an important source of remittances. Although there re no available data regarding the flows, there is no doubt that the six Jamaican collective remittance companies operating in Canada constitute an important financial link with the island. But despite the...

Letter to Barbara Miller

  Mrs. Barbara Miller Head Graduate Studies and Research The University of the West Indies Mona Kingston 7   Dear Mrs. Miller,   I write with the intention of regularizing my graduate status. My student identification number is 87114480 and I was formally registered...

CARICOM: Lame Argument by Edward Seaga

    The Most Honourable Edward Seaga in an article entitled ‘Cricket: Run wid it again’ which appeared in the Sunday Gleaner, April 23, 2006 described the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) as a ‘lame association’.  I disagree with Mr. Seaga’s characterisation of CARICOM...

Poverty and the Millennium Development Goals

    An estimated 1.2 billion people (one sixth of the world’s population) live in extreme poverty in developing countries and more than 850 million are undernourished.  Another 1 billion live on less than US$1 dollar a day.  This is an affront to humanity and must be...

Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller – Year in Review

    March 30th, 2007 marks the first anniversary of the Most Honourable Portia Simpson Miller’s appointment to the high office of Prime Minister. Her election to office was greeted with high expectation. Her popularity at the time, as measured by opinion polls, placed...

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