Check back later for our blog on more details on today’s hearing of the CARICOM treaty challenges to the immigration laws of Belize and Trinidad and Tobago held at the Caribbean Court of Justice all day today. Three witnesses, the applicant Maurice Tomlinson and the acting immigration directors of both countries were cross-examined. Then Tomlinson’sContinue reading Gay day at the CCJ: Round 2, Day 1 →
Three specific recommendations for constitutional change were submitted jointly to the Trinidad & Tobago Constitution Reform Commission by Richie Maitland, Staff Attorney, CAISO • Lynette Seebaran Suite, Board Chair, ASPIRE • J Carolyn Gomes, Executive Director, CVC • Dona Da Costa Martinez, Executive Director, Family Planning Association • Luke Sinnette, Executive Member, Friends for Life • Jeremy Edwards, Director, Silver Lining Foundation • StephanieContinue reading Strengthening Human Rights Protection through Constitutional Reform →
Quite a bit of sensation and misreporting has been generated in the local, regional and international media about a proposed legal challenge to the immigration law of Trinidad & Tobago. Here are some clarifications of what’s actually taking place.Continue reading Gay Day at the CCJ: Pt. 1 →
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