Population Issues in Trinidad and Tobago: Theory, Practice and Policy
COME AND PARTICIPATE IN A PROGRESSIVE ACTIVITY
For colleagues, students (including those reading CAPE subjects) and other interested persons, the Caribbean Research Cluster for Population and Sustainable Development is hosting a three-day conference at The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago during January 7-9, 2016. The Conference is entitled “Population Issues in Trinidad and Tobago: Theory, Practice and Policy”. You are invited to submit an abstract in order to participate as a panelist presenting a paper or you may opt to participate as a delegate by attending the conference and being part of the audience. This is the first time that a conference of this nature will be hosted in Trinidad and Tobago. The conference will address key issues that have impacted negatively upon the development of Trinidad and Tobago from the perspective of different disciplines that focus on population issues and generate insights that assist in understanding the myriad hitherto uncharted outcomes that characterize contemporary and prospective experiences of the peoples of Trinidad and Tobago. Local, regional and international experts are among the impressive list of speakers that will present papers at this conference. For more details on this conference, please visit the conference website: http://sta.uwi.edu/conferences/16/population/.