The Second Caribbean Basin Sustainable Economic Development Encounter will run November 15-7, 2017, at Medgar Evers College (1638 Bedford Avenue, corner of Crown Street) featuring an array of speakers and open dialogue about issues surrounding business development and fair two-way trade as it affects the Caribbean Basin and diaspora communities.
“This year’s follow-up encounter marks another major milestone in our efforts to strengthen leadership capacity in the process of self-determination and sustainability for our people in the Caribbean Basin,” said J.A. George Irish, Professor of Caribbean & Latin American Studies and Dean of Liberal Arts & Education and Executive Director of the Caribbean Research Center (CRC) at Medgar Evers College. “CRC, Southern Diaspora Research and Development Center (SDRDC) and UNIPOP are committed to advancing the academic and development interest of our communities in the region of the Diaspora.
The program spans just over 15 years of development work by UNIPOP, CRC…
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