Tag: Guyana

The problem with Zika pregnancy advisories

With links between the Zika virus and fetal abnormalities in babies born to infected mothers, the outbreak has become an issue of reproductive justice for the Caribbean's women

/ February 8, 2016

Foreign actors taking centre stage within a disunited Caribbean

Are foreign actors becoming the drivers of the Caribbean's future?

/ November 13, 2015

Venezuela’s changing Caribbean approach

Venezuela is seeking to strengthen its influence in the Caribbean through generosity that leaves out Guyana.

/ November 13, 2015

Amplifying the Voices of LBT Women in the Caribbean

The Caribbean Women and Sexual Diversity Conference (CWSDC) was developed as a way to amplify the voices of Caribbean lesbian, bisexual, and Trans women from whom we do not often hear.

/ November 10, 2015

It’s time to settle Venezuela-Guyana border dispute once and for all

Next year the controversy will formally be 50 years old and recently it has heated up, creating tension in the wider Latin American and Caribbean area.

/ July 31, 2015

Exxon’s Guyana oil find could be worth $40 billion

An Exxon Mobil oil discovery off the coast of Guyana could have unearthed 700 million barrels of oil worth up to US$40bil - or twelve times the country's GDP - government sources claim

/ July 22, 2015