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SALISES Fifty- Fifty Seminar Examines the EU and Overseas Countries Relationship

SALISES Fifty- Fifty Seminar Examines the EU and Overseas Countries Relationship

SALISES Fifty- Fifty Seminar Examines the EU and Overseas Countries Relationship

 “The EU and Overseas Countries and Territories: The Search for a New Relationship” is the title of the seminar set to take place at the SALISES, Conference Room 1 on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 3 p.m. The address will be made by Professor Paul Sutton, retired Senior Professor in Caribbean Studies at the Caribbean Studies Centre of London Metr

SALISES Fifty- Fifty Seminar Examines the EU and Overseas Countries Relationship

 “The EU and Overseas Countries and Territories: The Search for a New Relationship” is the title of the seminar set to take place at the SALISES, Conference Room 1 on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 3 p.m. The address will be made by Professor Paul Sutton, retired Senior Professor in Caribbean Studies at the Caribbean Studies Centre of London Metropolitan University. 
 
Professor Sutton has written and consulted widely on the Caribbean region, including the non-independent territories. He was a consultant to the West Indian Commission, The Caribbean Council of Europe, the European Centre for Development Policy Management and the Government of the Netherlands. Sutton was also a founding member and former Chair of the UK-based Society of Caribbean Studies which promotes the academic study of the Caribbean. Additionally, he was also a member of the Caribbean Advisory Group 1997-2001 appointed by the British government to advise on policy on the Caribbean.
 
All are invited to attend the Seminar. For more details interested persons may telephone 927-1234. 
 
This Seminar is a part of the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) activities under its ‘Fifty-Fifty’ Research Project, which seeks to commemorate the 50th anniversary of independence of the Commonwealth Caribbean, beginning with Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. The Project engages a wide range of academics and academic institutions in reflecting on the last 50 years of independence and projecting on the challenges and opportunities that may arise over the next fifty.
 

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