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Continuing Legal Professional Development

IMPACT Justice: Continuing Legal Professional Development To Become Mandatory In the Region Move for CARICOM Lawyers to keep skills up-to-date (BASSETERRE, St. Kitts: June 5, 2015) - The Canadian Government funded Improved Access to Justice in the Caribbean (IMPACT Justice) Project kicked off its region-wide sensitisation programme on Continuing Legal Professional Development (CLPD) today in ...
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Tribute to Dr. Nicholas Liverpool

In Recognition of the Passing of Dr. the Hon. Nicholas Liverpool – Former Dean of the Faculty of Law, UWI and President of Dominica The University of the West-Indies, Cave Hill Campus, especially its Faculty of Law, mourns the passing of one of its founding fathers, Dr. the Hon Nicholas Liverpool. Dr Liverpool served as a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law from 1974, and as its thir...
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21 degrees at UWI Graduation Ceremonies

The University of the West Indies, Vice-Chancellery:21 honorary degrees will be awarded at the 2015 graduation ceremonies of The University of the West Indies (The UWI). The 21 individuals to be conferred comprise four at the Cave Hill Campus, seven at the Mona Campus, two at the Open Campus, and eight at the St. Augustine Campus. The following awardees will receive honorary doctorates in reco...
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Sir Hilary Beckles installed as Vice-Chancellor, UWI

Bridgetown, Barbados – On Saturday 30 May, 2015 The University of the West Indies (UWI) will officially install Professor Sir Hilary Beckles as its 8th Vice-Chancellor. The installation ceremony takes place at the Usain Bolt Sport Complex, Paradise Park, UWI Cave Hill Campus, Barbados from 5:00 p.m. Significance of the Vice-Chancellor’s Installation This ceremonial installation,...
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UWI Games kick off at the St. Augustine Campus

May 21. The St. Augustine team will take on their regional counterparts Mona from Jamaica, Cave Hill from Barbados and for the first time in the games’ history, the Open Campus, comprised of student athletes based all over the region. Teams will compete for bragging rights in 10 sporting disciplines - table tennis, lawn tennis, swimming, netball, cricket, basketball, football, hockey, ...
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IMPACT Justice Project Launch

Significant benefits are in store for CARICOM citizens arising from a new justice project which has been initiated. The project promises assistance to the CARICOM region in drafting legislation to further regional integration and economic growth, more legislative protection of vulnerable groups against discrimination, the training of mediators to assist parties in solving disputes without long ...
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IMPACT Justice Project Launch

Significant benefits are in store for CARICOM citizens arising from a new justice project which has been initiated. The project promises assistance to the CARICOM region in drafting legislation to further regional integration and economic growth, more legislative protection of vulnerable groups against discrimination, the training of mediators to assist parties in solving disputes without long ...
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Talking about a revolution

Talking about a revolution UWI sees change in the future of the Caribbean ST. AUGUSTINE, Trinidad and Tobago. 18 May 2015 –– UWI academics from across the Caribbean comprised over 65 regional and international thought leaders, who for three days engaged in vigorous debate and discussion on challenges and solutions for the Caribbean future. In a first of its kind event in the reg...
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Caribbean Fine Cocoa Industry

International Innovation Centre Launched to Advance the Caribbean Fine Cocoa Industry.
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Humanities Festival

Legacy, Vision, Possibilities is the revival theme of this year’s Humanities Festival of the Faculty of Humanities and Education at the Cave Hill Campus. After a brief hiatus, the Faculty has excitedly re-launched the Humanities Festival on the Campus’ community calendar of open events to welcome the Barbadian public to the eclectic work of its faculty and students. The renais...
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ACHEA Responds to Industry Needs

With the proliferation of tertiary-level institutions in the region over the last three decades, there is a need for robust organisational structures, administrative policies and systems for these institutions to operate efficiently. These issues will be tackled at the upcoming 14th annual conference of the Association of Caribbean Higher Education Administrators (ACHEA) scheduled for July 9th ...
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International Women’s Day Public Lecture

The Institute for Gender and Development Studies: Nita Barrow Unit (IGDS:NBU) joins the International Community in celebrating International Women’s Day under the theme “Make it Happen”. International Women's Day first emerged from the activities of labour movements in the early 1900s and has been celebrated on March 8 since 1975 as a way to honour women’s achievements ...
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UWI Changing Faces of Leadership

The University of the West Indies (The UWI) is pleased to announce two senior management changes to drive the strategic direction of the regional institution in its delivery of world-class teaching and online education. The current Principal and Pro Vice-Chancellor of The UWI Open Campus, as well as former Deputy Principal of The UWI Cave Hill Campus, Professor V. Eudine Barriteau, has been app...
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Chief Justice Speaks on Civil Liberties

Chief Justice of Barbados Sir Marston Gibson will speak about some current rights and liberties as they relate to the Magna Carta when he delivers a lecture at the Cave Hill Campus Law Lecture Theatre on Friday, 20th February 2015, starting at 7 p.m. The lecture is a part of a project entitled “The Impact and Influence of Magna Carta on the Commonwealth Caribbean” which is being le...
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UWI, SUNY Strengthen Collaboration

UWI, SUNY Strengthen Collaboration – Marine Studies, Cardiovascular Health Projects get A-grade The University of the West Indies (UWI) and the State University of New York (SUNY) have signed an agreement to further strengthen their relationship amidst gains from joint projects in areas such as marine studies and cardiovascular health, already recorded. The Vice Chancellor of the UWI,...
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