Information and Communication Technology

  • CARIBBEAN COURT OF JUSTICE NATIONAL COORDINATORS MEET IN GUYANA

    The work towards the establishment of the Caribbean Court of Justice  (CCJ) will move into a heightened state in 2003 with a series of activities. The first of these is a joint meeting of national co-ordinators for the establishment of the CCJ in Guyana on 12 January 2003. The role of the national coordinators is regarded as critical to the…

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  • INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY MINISTERS TO MEET

    Ministers with responsibility for Information and Communication Technology (ICT)in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) are due to meet in Antigua and Barbuda next Wednesday, 15 May 2002, to look at the regional information and communication technology environment as well as to mobilise coordinated action towards the framing of regional programming and a CARICOM Policy on ICT. The Ministerial deliberations aim to…

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  • CARICOM INFORMATION MINISTERS IN SPECIAL EMERGENCY DISCUSSIONS ON CMC

    The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is spear-heading an all-out effort to get the Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC) back on stream, mobilising support from various sectors of civil society to shore-up the efforts of the executive body of the regional media house. A special emergency meeting of CARICOM Ministers responsible for Information will be convened in Antigua and Barbuda on Monday, 28…

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  • Calibration Workshop planned for February

    The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has a relatively developed system for national legislation for weighing machines. Automatic weighing devices are widely used to determine the quantity of loads in terms of mass. While some applications are specified by national legislation, they are subject to legal metrological control. In CARICOM there is an ever increasing need to have metrological quality confirmed by…

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