China and the Caribbean – Lesson from History?

Developing Answers Through Dialogue

The Peoples Republic China (PRC) has over the last decade steadily increased its economic involvement across the globe and in the Caribbean region. Caribbean Labour Solidarity asks whether this a positive or a negative development or is it colonialism or imperialism in a new guise. CLS feels that there is a need to start a discussion on these developments.

Participants are asked to contribute to the discussion in order to develop answers through dialogue.

On this short paper I will examine the background to China’s new found role in international development; the part it plays in the economic structures of the Caribbean; examples of what it has done; criticism and critiques of China and the regional … Read on ...

16 days in 16 ways

As part of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence, Luke Daniels, President of CLS and Author of “Pulling the Punches, Defeating Domestic Violence” and “Defeating Domestic Violence in the Americas – Mens’ Work” will lead a discussion on the issue.

CLS Meeting, Sunday 3rd December  at 12 noon till 2pm

Islington Pensioners Forum
1A Providence Court,
Providence Place,
London N1 0RN

Richard Hart Centenary Lecture

Curry and Roti [£5] available from 12:30

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Saturday 25 November from 12:30 to 4:00pm
UNITE the UNION
33-37 Moreland Street, London EC1V 8BB
(nearest tube Angel)

Programme starts 1.00pm promptly
Welcome by CLS President Luke Daniels
Keynote address: Selma James
“Aiming for Caribbean Federation: a personal reminiscence”

Launch of new CLS Pamphlet: By Our Own Hands: A People’s History of the Grenadian Revolution
by authors Steve Cushion and Dennis Bartholomew

Artistic performance: Kaiso by Alexander D Great

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