Engaging Caribbean Diaspora: The Jamaican Experience

No Caribbean government, as of this writing, has found an effective and workable formula for engaging effectively with each of their respective diaspora communities.  There has been a lot of talking but very little consistent action.  The resources and expertise of Caribbean diaspora communities remain untapped within a policy of engagement for development of the Caribbean. Read more…..


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  1. J.John-Charles
    November 7, 2016

    Socialism has worked no where.Just look in your backyard,Cuba and Venezuela and the poorest country in South America,These countries are examples to us living in North America where we cherished hard work.We want our home government to encouraged the private sector to create employment and not government giving hand outs.

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