Join Jadric Cummings (The Lawyer) & Dr. Dalano DaSouza (The Policy Analyst) as they discuss Caribbean issues & current events over a cold beverage.
We discuss the structure, financial sustainability, and reform of national insurance systems across the Caribbean as concerns rise about depletion of reserve funds in the coming years.
We review current Freedom of Information legislation in the Caribbean & discuss the need for widespread adoption in the region.
We breakdown everything about inflation & what it means for the Caribbean with economist, Keenan Falconer.
We discuss the fall of St. Kitts and Nevis' Coalition Government and the upcoming snap election with Jabari Trotman and Rahym Augustin-Joseph.
We talk Christmas capitalism, value-added tax (VAT) holidays, double salaries, consumer debt & more with economist, Dr. Simon Naitram.
We discuss the details & implications of CIBC FCIB's recently announced deal to sell operations in 4 Eastern Caribbean countries & Aruba.
We discuss Facebook's recent outage & its dominance of communication, e-commerce, advertising & entertainment in the Caribbean with Software engineer, Janique-ka John.
Professor Avinash Persuad joins us to talk the recent CARICOM Report on the Economy, the region's implementation deficit, the proposed global minimum corporate tax and more.
We discuss the Tobago Self-Government Bill currently under consideration in Trinidad & Tobago with guest, Carissa Rodulfo.
We discuss Barbados' planned transition to a republic with academic and lawyer, Dr. Ronnie Yearwood.
Kristy Morris of The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation joins us to discuss the reopening the region’s tourism sector.
We compare the SLP & UWP 2021 political manifestos with guests, Rhyesa Joseph & Rahym Augustin-Joseph ahead of the July 26th general election.
We're joined by CheckWI founder, Daniel Fadelle to discuss whether the future of work in the Caribbean is trending towards the gig economy.
We return from hiatus to discuss the legalities of possible mandatory workplace vaccination policies on the Season 5 opener.
Dr. Kara Cutting joins us to talk Covid-19 vaccines & her own experience with taking the jab.
Dr. Mahalia Jackman joins us to discuss her highly cited research which surveys 512 individuals about their intentions to cheat.
We discuss the laws governing the operation of strips clubs in select Caribbean countries, as well as economic & other arguments for & against their existence.
Social and historical volcanologist, Dr. Jazmin Scarlett joins us to discuss the history and social impact of the La Soufriere volcano which recently began an effusive eruption in St. Vincent & the Grenadines.
Cynthia Barrow-Giles, noted political scientist & author joins us to discuss the pros & cons of term limits for Caribbean politicians.
With the functioning of the WTO frustrated by political and other challenges, we are joined by trade expert, Alicia Nicholls to unpack what this means for the Caribbean.
We summarise and give our thoughts on the manifestos of the 2 main political parties in St. Vincent and the Grenadines ahead of the upcoming election.
Dalton Lee, Chairperson of the Caribbean Association of Banks joins us to discuss how the practice of derisking is affecting Caribbean economies.
We are joined by lawyer & legislative drafter, Jeniece St. Romain to discuss the Caribbean's legal response to the rise of revenge porn in the region.
The Season 4 opener discusses the impact of COVID-19 on Caribbean elections held in 2020 with political analyst, Peter Wickham and leading academic Dr. Kristina Hinds.
With most regional carnivals now cancelled, we discuss what it means for the creative economy with Mas Band Leader, Karen Veira & Soca artiste Hance John.
On Pt. 2, we get into the day to day at the UN Security Council including issues and votes that have come before the body since S.V.G took up membership. Links www.twitter.com/IntoAbarPodcast www.instagram.com/intoabarpodcast www.facebook.com/intoabarpodcast St. Vincent UNSC www.svg-un.org Listen on all platforms here: https://anchor.fm/lawyer-and-…
On Pt. 1, we are joined by Jimesha Prince & Dominic Brisbane to discuss St. Vincent & the Grenadines' historic ascension to membership of the UN Security Council as well as the role & structure of the Organisation.
We discuss intimate partner violence, its impact & the laws meant to protect victims with psychologist Kimberley Cambridge.
We discuss how education has been disrupted by COVID-19 & ways in which future learning will be shaped by the pandemic with guests Tevin Shepherd & Kimeisha Bailey.
Caribbean political analyst and pollster, Peter Wickham joins us to discuss the ongoing election saga in Guyana which is now into its 4th week.
We discuss the new strain of coronavirus, the powers of governments to quarantine and the economic impact of the virus on the Caribbean.
We're joined by Nikoli Edwards to discuss how new political parties can challenge the two-party political system around the Caribbean.
We are joined by Rhyesa Joseph to discuss the successes and failures of CARICOM in the coordination of foreign policy over its history.
We are joined on the Season 3 kick-off by Eleanor Terrelonge to discuss climate change and what it means for the Caribbean.
Meteorologist Alex Young joins us to discuss storm formation, growth and tracking, Hurricane Dorian, mandatory evacuations, droughts and more.
We are joined by Cherise Trotman to discuss the origin and history of CARIFESTA, as well as this year's instalment which just concluded in Trinidad and Tobago.
On Ep. 6, we discuss anti-gay laws in different Caribbean islands, their impact and recent legal challenges mounted to declare them unconstitutional.
On Ep. 5, we discuss Guyana's recent oil discovery and the prospects for the country's development and transformation.
On Ep. 4, we discuss the customs laws across the Caribbean which prohibit the importation of adult/sex toys to some countries in the region.
We are joined by Trinidadian trade & development specialist, Aurelia Bruce to discuss the ongoing Venezuela migrant crisis and the response of Trinidad and Tobago.
On Ep. 2, we are joined by Antiguan Senator, Aziza Lake to discuss the recently announced 4th landed UWI campus in Five Islands Antigua. What does this mean for the region? Take a listen!
On the Season Two premiere, we discuss the cost of intra-regional Caribbean air travel and how lower airfares would be beneficial to the region.
Is cash still king? Should businesses charge customers a fee for using debit/ credit cards? We address these and more on this week's episode.
Is it the end of YouTube as we know it? Maybe ...On this episode we discuss the EU directive on copyright in the single market and the effects of articles 11 and 13 in the Caribbean
On this episode we discuss motions of no confidence against governments and political leaders around the world. Of course, we zero in on some instances in the Caribbean including the recent controversial motion which passed in Guyana
On this episode we discuss the public bus system in the Caribbean and the pros and cons of implementing reform.
On episode 4 we discuss Scotiabank's sale to Republic Financial Holdings in 9 Caribbean territories
On this episode, we discuss medical marijuana and how the Caribbean is taking steps to permit the use of cannabis and cannabis products and change the way we view marijuana usage.
On episode 2, we discuss citizenship by investment programs and their sustainability and benefits to the region, as well as the recent CCJ ruling in Guyana which struck down laws on cross-dressing.
Join us for a cold one as we discuss St. Vincent's bid for a seat on the UN Security Council and the recently held CCJ referenda in Grenada and Antigua.