Free Movement

  • Photo of CSME Online Platforms launched to promote regional trade and business

    CSME Online Platforms launched to promote regional trade and business

    The Caribbean Community’s development of a Single Market and Economy has been given a boost with the launch of four new on-line platforms aimed at promoting trade and improving the ease of doing business. The CARICOM Secretariat, with support from the European Union, on Monday launched the CARICOM Online Companies Registries; Labour Market Information System;  Community Public Procurement Notice Board;…

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  • Photo of Canada sending large contingent to CARIFESTA XIII

    Canada sending large contingent to CARIFESTA XIII

    More than 66 artists, spearheaded by the Canadian-Caribbean Arts Network (C-CAN), are heading to Barbados for CARIFESTA XIII which opens later this week, the TorontoCaribbean media outfit has reported. “I am still pinching myself because at one point in time I had given up hope that it would ever happen,” confessed Rhoma Spencer, Artistic Director of C-CAN as she sat down for…

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  • Photo of CARICOM SG meets with FIFA President – says sports a valuable investment in Youth

    CARICOM SG meets with FIFA President – says sports a valuable investment in Youth

    Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Ambassador Irwin LaRocque and President of the Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA), Mr Giovanni Infantino agreed on the importance of sport to youth development and to society as a whole. Mr Infantino paid a courtesy call on the Secretary-General on Tuesday at the Georgetown, Guyana Headquarters of the CARICOM Secretariat. Ambassador LaRocque informed…

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  • Photo of Free Movement Sensitization for Labour Stakeholders

    Free Movement Sensitization for Labour Stakeholders

    Employers and workers organizations as well as other labour-related entities across the region are to become more aware of the free movement provisions of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME). This is due to a series of free movement sensitization sessions by the CARICOM Secretariat which began earlier this year. The latest activity is set for Dominica and will…

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  • Photo of CARICOM makes strides to reduce immigration check point problems

    CARICOM makes strides to reduce immigration check point problems

    Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis (SKNIS)—Strides have been made to reduce complaints of violations of the rights of persons to move freely at immigration check points throughout CARICOM member countries.   Sylvonne Jack, Trade Officer in the Ministry of Trade, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Information Technology, and National CSME Focal Point for St. Vincent and Grenadines, in speaking to…

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  • GUYANA SETS PACE ON ‘FREE MOVEMENT’ IN CARICOM….

    GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Chronicle – FOREIGN MINISTER, Carolyn Rodriques-Birkett was evidently quite pleased in announcing last Thursday that Guyana has become ‘the first’ country of the 15-member Caribbean Community to successfully enact legislation that guarantees free intra-regional movement of CARICOM nationals consistent with the Revised Community Treaty. Among the more high profile Foreign Ministers of CARICOM, she has been quite active…

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