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Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies

Public Lectures 2010-2018

2020 - Public Lecture
Growth, Development & Doughnuts: What Does Sustainable Development Mean for the Caribbean?

Senator Crystal Drakes, PhD Student of the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies.

2018 – Caribbean Public Policy Symposium
Climate Change and Sustainable Caribbean Livelihoods
  • Mr. Mark Hill – Empowering the Caribbean Precariat
  • Dr. Keith Nurse – Climate Change, Trade and Tourism in Caribbean SIDS
  • Dr. Adrian Cashman – The Relative Impact of Climate Change on Barbados’ Water Security
  • Ms. Crystal Drakes – Opportunities for Green Jobs in Barbados
  • Mr. Clish Gittens – Impact of Changing Climate on Livelihoods in Barbados: A Videographer’s Experience
  • Mr. Mohammed Nagdee – Mapping Barbados’ Changing Coastline and Some Policy Implications.
Marginal or Mainstream?  What can Out-of-School Youth in Haiti Teach us about Development Policies?
Dr. Diane Hoffman, Associate Professor, Anthropology of Education, University of Virginia.
Westminster Challenged, Westminster Confirmed: Which Way Caribbean Constitutional Reform?
Dr. Paul Sutton, Retired Senior Professor, Caribbean Studies Centre, London Metropolitan University.
Sustainably Improving Caribbean Livelihoods: Public Policy Challenges
 Dr. Compton Bourne, O.E., Professor Emeritus, Former President, Caribbean Development Bank, Barbados.
[The lecture was presented on 12 April 2011 in association with the Nation Publishing Co. Limited].

Migration and Challenges to Caribbean
Professor Rosina Wiltshire, Former UNDP Resident Representative and UN Resident Coordinator in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean and former Professorial Fellow of the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies, UWI, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados.