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Video previo a su presentación, hecho por "forno" (HdR)
For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ Darrell Bradley - Mayor of Belize City Carolyn Trench SAndiford - Belize Association of Planners Dr. Kareem Usher - Professor, Ohio University
The progressive Belizean KREM TV television show, The Morning Review, hosted by Sister Yaya Marin Coleman, analyzed the Belize Territorial Volunteers (BTV) expedition to Belize's Sarstoon Island on Sunday August 16, 2015, at the advent of widespread objection by Belize government officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and National Security. Aired during a climate of political tension surrounding the BTV's relentless struggle to resist by all means the Guatemalan military oligarchy claims that the Sarstoon Island is a 'disputed' territory, the show presented the views and analysis of Belizean journalist, Bilal Morris of BREDAA, and Patrick Rogers of the Vision Inspired by the People (VIP).
For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ The University of Belize has managed to persuade all four Belize City mayoral candidates to participate in a special debate which is ongoing at news time at the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts. Appearing on stage will be Bernard Wagner (P.U.P.), Dion Leslie (U.D.P.), Paco Smith (B.P.P.), and Ernesto Torres (Independent). According to the University of Belize, “The purpose of the forum is to provide an avenue for the University’s students to participate in the political process via discourse on key political and economic issues with current Belize City mayoral aspirants.” We asked Wagner and P.U.P. leader John Briceño what their plans and talking points will be.
1st Rural Youth Symposium: Engaging Rural Youth on Agriculture on October 17th, 2017 in conjunction and under the theme of this year’s World Food Day event, “Change the Future of Migration. Invest in Food Security & Rural Development” The aim of the symposium is to promote dialogue between youth and policy makers on the existing rural development and youth policies that impact on decent rural employment Increased knowledge of 90-100 persons, youth and policy makers on Belize rural youth issues and policies. Effective discussion and youth representation on key issues to the national authorities and international institutions. The forum will reject or validate the key messages of the “Overview of Rural Youth Employment in Belize” The products of the forum will...
For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ The question of whether or not the case is deliberately being retried is also central to the argument. According to Barrow, government decided at the eleventh hour to challenge the enforcement proceedings. Despite being able to mount a successful legal challenge, the Ashcroft Group is seeking enforcement in another jurisdiction. Barrow says that is a deliberate attempt at searching through multiple courts in order to file or transfer the case to a jurisdiction that is most likely to give a favorable result.
The BREDAA organization sponsored what can be called the first Belize Prime Ministers forum held at Los Angeles in 1992. The forum was hosted by Nuri Akbar and held at the Marcus Garvey school in front of a live audience. The audio version of this interview was later broadcast via Pacifica radio network (KPFK 90.7 FM) in Los Angeles on the BREDAA produced "Belize Caribbean Pulse" show. The guest included former and current Prime Ministers Manuel Esquivel and Dean Barrow. Topic covered the economy, social/political challenges, foreign policy and the impact of race on the local body politics of Belize. Many of the issues discussed almost two decades ago remain elusive to the Belizean experiment. This historical interview was release on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of ...
The Bredaa organization sponsored what can be called the first Belize Prime Ministers forum held at Los Angeles in 1992. The forum was hosted by Nuri Akbar and was held at the Marcus Garvey school in front of a live audience. The guest included former and current PM Manuel Esquivel and Dean Barrow. Topic covered the economy, social/political challenges, foreign policy and the impact of race on the local body politics of Belize. This tape was release on the 30th anniversary of Belize independence which was observe on Sept 21st,2011. Many of the issues discussed two decades ago remain elusive to the Belizean experiment.
BELTRAIDE with funding from the Caribbean Development Bank
For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ Mayor Darrell Bradley returned to the country on Thursday following his participation at the United Nation’s Economic and Social Council’s Forum held at the U.N.’s headquarters in New York City. The purpose of the forum was to discuss the implementation of the sustainable development goals and how finance projects can achieve sustainable development. Bradley was selected to represent the fifty or so Commonwealth Countries – and so he joined the members of the UN’s council, as well as representatives of the academia, international development banks, private sector and local government personnel. Today, he shared what his presentation was about in the expert session that he was invited to address.