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Role of employers" organisations in English-speaking Caribbean countries

Role of employers" organisations in English-speaking Caribbean countries

record of proceedings of, and documents submitted to, a Caribbean round table (Montego Bay, Jamaica, 2-9 December, 1975).

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Published by International Labour Office in Geneva .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Caribbean, English-speaking
    • Subjects:
    • Employers" associations -- Caribbean, English-speaking -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      SeriesLabour management relations series ;, 53
      ContributionsInternational Labour Office.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8102 .L27 no. 53, HD6571 .L27 no. 53
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 151 p. ;
      Number of Pages151
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4491932M
      LC Control Number79321767

        The English-speaking Caribbean is an outlier in the region. Recognize the role of LGBT organizations as platforms for advancement of human rights in Member States by engaging in . Caribbean Meteorological Organization (CMO) Caribbean Institute for Meteorology & Hydrology (CIMH) CARICOM Development Fund (CDF) Explore our Institutions. About CARICOM. CARICOM is the oldest surviving integration movement in the developing world. It is a grouping of twenty countries: fifteen Member States and five Associate Members.

      The Caribbean is not only made up of the islands in the Caribbean Sea but also of the mainland territories of Belize, Suriname, Guyana, and French Guiana. The region is marked by diversity. Some territories are very small, such as St. Martin, which has a surface area of thirty-seven square miles and a population of 73, Caribbean culture results from Caribbean history and of the Caribbean territories were inhabited and developed earlier than European colonies () in the Americas, with the result that themes and symbols of pioneers, farmers, traders and slaves became important in the early development of Caribbean culture. British conquests in the Caribbean in brought a Francophone.

      Overall, Caribbean economies in are expected to grow by just percent with the English-speaking nations in the region predicted to do a little better at percent, according to the. Thus, researchers, practitioners, and organizations must collaborate to create a unified Caribbean psychology that meets both the shared and disparate needs of those who live in the region and in the diaspora. This book brings together scholars from diverse fields, many of whom come from Caribbean .


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[International Labour Office.]. trade union and employer organisations from fifteen Caribbean countries held November in Grenada, under a Project funded by the European Union and executed by the International Labour Author: Akhentoolove Corbin. by 12 Caribbean countries, the Caribbean Community and Common Market (Caricom) is the successor to the Caribbean Free Trade Association (Carifta), which was founded in by five former British colonies (Antigua, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago), all of which joined the new organization.

The organization attempts to. The Caribbean Community (CARICOM or CC) is an organisation of fifteen nations and dependencies throughout the Caribbean having primary objectives to promote economic integration and cooperation among its members, to ensure that the benefits of integration are equitably shared, and to coordinate foreign policy.

The organisation was established in Official languages: English, Dutch, French, Spanish. international organisations of workers and employers.

Article 6 The provisions of Articles 2, 3 and 4 hereof apply to federations and confederations of workers’ and employers’ organisations. Article 7 The acquisition of legal personality by workers’ and employers’ organisations, federations and confederations shall not be made Sound and constructive labour relations are an important condition for sustained economic and social development.

Yet practice-orientated publications of a comparative nature on labour relations in developing countries, designed to facilitate decision-making by governments as well as employers' and workers' organizations, are exceptionally rare.

Caribbean states. These started in when Trinidad and Tobago created a strong legalistic system with its Industrial Stabilisation Act and its successor, the Industrial Relations Act ofwhich established the first Industrial Court in the English-speaking Caribbean.

Danish Refugee Council/Danish Demining Group (DRC/DDG) is one of the world’s leading humanitarian NGOs, working in more than 40 countries to provide adequate assistance with a rights-based.

The following stakeholders in the CARICOM agricultural sector are invited to participate in the CARICOM-FAO ASSESSMENT OF COVID IMPACTS ON. Education in the Caribbean. Raymond S. Hackett. Prof. Carl Campbell, in his book.

History of Education in Trinidad and Tobago,pointed out that by the education system in Trinidad and Tobago was the best in the English-speaking Caribbean.

He also noted that, at the same time, a. corporate social responsibility, and offer a vision for the future. The role and mandates of national employer organizations are defined; and the experiences of Suriname and Guyana on labour-management co-operation at the national tripartite level are discussed.

The accommodation of non-state actors from civil society is highlighted in. Trade union play great role in safeguarding employees from any form of discrimination or harassment in organisations.

Employees need to work in good environment. The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), is the region’s tourism development agency, with 24 Dutch, English, Spanish and French country members and a myriad of private sector allied members.

The CTO’s vision is to position the Caribbean as the most desirable, year round, warm weather destination. Ironically, in Britain, on which many of the Caribbean countries have modelled their educational systems, the importance of high stakes academic testing like the Common Entrance and the “O. Caribbean Employers' Confederation, Aranguez, Trinidad and Tobago.

likes. The Caribbean Employers' Confederation (CEC) is a regional grouping of employers' organizations in the Caribbean. I The Role of the Tourism Industry in Caribbean Countries Introduction The Caribbean is the most tourism‐dependent region of the world. Indeed, although other industries including bauxite, petroleum, sugar and international banking make significant economic contributions in Caribbean countries, the.

The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS; French: Organisation des États de la Caraïbe orientale, OECO) is an inter-governmental organisation dedicated to economic harmonisation and integration, protection of human and legal rights, and the encouragement of good governance between countries and territories in the Eastern also performs the role of spreading.

These vital institutional actors include churches, trade unions, employers' organizations, political parties, the media, and other civil society actors.

Government policies that aim at steering processes of settlement and integration should actively involve not only immigrants themselves, but also important players in civil society.

Caribbean as elsewhere, is part and parcel of the broader work on social and cultural history (Brereton). In general, then, women’s and gender history in the English-speaking Caribbean has shared the concerns and forms of social scientific and ‘structural’ historiography.

But one. E. Pate conceptualized the original study, coordinated the nine countries collaborating in the project, and wrote sections of the article. S. Campbell-Forrester had a key role in instrument development, participated in ensuring support from the participating countries’.

A report published by the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), has revealed that the Caribbean region continues to battle with persistent gender inequalities.

The report, which is a compilation of data from 10 Caribbean countries, aims to provide a situational analysis of gender equality in the BMCs, to inform national budgeting, planning and. The market share of the English-speaking countries within the broader Caribbean region has been falling in the s.

Countries in the region are highly open. The principal destinations for the region's exports include the United States, Europe, and other CARICOM countries.