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People’s Assemblies to be free of partisan politics – Government

Government’s proposed People’s Assemblies will not be another Constituency Council and will be free of partisan politics at all costs. This is the assurance given by the Thorne Commission, as they sought to allay fears that the proposed local governance structure would be just another avenue by which political parties could push their partisan agendas. During the first in a ...

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People’s Assemblies to be free of partisan politics – Government

Government’s proposed People’s Assemblies will not be another Constituency Council and will be free of partisan politics at all costs. This is the assurance given by the Thorne Commission, as they sought to allay fears that the proposed local governance structure would be just another avenue by which political parties could push their partisan agendas. During the first in a ...

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On aging – Part II

“There is nothing more dangerous to us than age. Yet we have conceded its power over us.” – (David Sinclair, Lifespan) Time and space do not permit us to delve into all the issues raised in Lifespan (and Dr Sinclair touches on numerous issues), but suffice it to say, aging is a loss of information that “leads each of us ...

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On aging – Part II

“There is nothing more dangerous to us than age. Yet we have conceded its power over us.” – (David Sinclair, Lifespan) Time and space do not permit us to delve into all the issues raised in Lifespan (and Dr Sinclair touches on numerous issues), but suffice it to say, aging is a loss of information that “leads each of us ...

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On aging – Part II

“There is nothing more dangerous to us than age. Yet we have conceded its power over us.” – (David Sinclair, Lifespan) Time and space do not permit us to delve into all the issues raised in Lifespan (and Dr Sinclair touches on numerous issues), but suffice it to say, aging is a loss of information that “leads each of us ...

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On aging – Part II

“There is nothing more dangerous to us than age. Yet we have conceded its power over us.” – (David Sinclair, Lifespan) Time and space do not permit us to delve into all the issues raised in Lifespan (and Dr Sinclair touches on numerous issues), but suffice it to say, aging is a loss of information that “leads each of us ...

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Trust issues

If police want to regain the confidence of persons living in ‘at risk communities’ they have to improve the standard of their policing and forge stronger relationships with those residents. That was one of the recommendations coming out of two studies by criminologist Kim Ramsay and University of the West Indies lecturer and researcher Dr Dwayne Devonish. Using data gathered ...

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Trust issues

If police want to regain the confidence of persons living in ‘at risk communities’ they have to improve the standard of their policing and forge stronger relationships with those residents. That was one of the recommendations coming out of two studies by criminologist Kim Ramsay and University of the West Indies lecturer and researcher Dr Dwayne Devonish. Using data gathered ...

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Trust issues

If police want to regain the confidence of persons living in ‘at risk communities’ they have to improve the standard of their policing and forge stronger relationships with those residents. That was one of the recommendations coming out of two studies by criminologist Kim Ramsay and University of the West Indies lecturer and researcher Dr Dwayne Devonish. Using data gathered ...

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Trust issues

If police want to regain the confidence of persons living in ‘at risk communities’ they have to improve the standard of their policing and forge stronger relationships with those residents. That was one of the recommendations coming out of two studies by criminologist Kim Ramsay and University of the West Indies lecturer and researcher Dr Dwayne Devonish. Using data gathered ...

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