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  • Enabling Women The Citizenship Frontier Citizenship implies equal rights for all under the constitution and laws of a nation. Yet many women – citizens of nations across the globe – still face leg...

  •   Architect. Arab. Woman. When Zaha Hadid passed away in 2016, she left an extensive portfolio of architectural works that were equally admired and criticized across the world. The British-Iraqi architect was known for having a bold personality accompanied by an even bolder design ethic. Although criticized for her approach to deconstructivism, Hadid received a myriad of prestigious awards, i...

  • The Telegraph Plastic Sustainability Summit, held Thursday March 21st in London, was an eye opener for anyone concerned about the future of our planet. The day’s agenda boasted some world-renowned s...

  • Dominica has made a remarkable recovery after being hit by Tropical Strom Erica in 2015 and Hurricane Maria in 2017. The Dominican resort Jungle Bay took a direct hit in Storm Erica and suffered furth...

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  • The Telegraph Plastic Sustainability Summit, held Thursday March 21st in London, was an eye opener for anyone concerned about the future of our planet. The day’s agenda boasted some world-renowned s...

  • There has never been a better time to invest in Green Energy, Robert Rubinstein, a social entrepreneur, founder of The Triple Bottom Line Investing Group based in Amsterdam and green energy guru told ...

  • Dominica has made a remarkable recovery after being hit by Tropical Strom Erica in 2015 and Hurricane Maria in 2017. The Dominican resort Jungle Bay took a direct hit in Storm Erica and suffered furth...

  • According to the CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate firm, the number of high paying tech jobs in Canada grew by more than half between 2012 and 2017.  82,100 jobs in software deve...

  • Truly Belong takes a snapshot of how International Women’s Day is marked all over the world and what injustices women still face. What began over a hundred years ago as a movement to give women righ...

  • The flow of Russian money into the British capital is slowing as result of Brexit and the political freeze of relations between London and Moscow. But the market remains robust and despite the rhetori...

  • With uncertainty over Brexit, many commentators believed that the UK would lose its appeal for Chinese investors, but research carried out in the last two years suggests otherwise. Trade between the U...

  • There is no guarantee you will ever see a sperm whale and let’s face it – diving trips are expensive. But if you’re lucky enough to swim alongside these gentle giants in the Caribbean, it can be...

  • Enabling Women The Citizenship Frontier Citizenship implies equal rights for all under the constitution and laws of a nation. Yet many women – citizens of nations across the globe – still face leg...

  • Looking at the Caribbean The Drive for Women’s Rights in the Caribbean Today Charles, during her tenure, had to face two attempted coups to overthrow her government but held the reins securely amid ...

  • An Outlook For the first time in 11 years, gender equality worsened in 2017. This is according to the World Economic Forum (WEF)’s Global Gender Gap Index, which ranks 144 countries for women’s ge...

  • Jennifer Hosten A number of chance encounters prompted Grenadian-born Jennifer Hosten to enter and ultimately win the Miss World contest in 1970, one of the most controversial years in the history of ...

  •   TOP 10 Global Wellness Retreats   TANZANIA Experience an ‘olpul’ where, along with Maasai healers, participants spend time in a sacred forest, bonding with nature to revitalise the bod...

  • An activist, an inventor, trio of engineers and an entrepreneur, with ages ranging from only 11 years to 17 years old, young girls, who took the initiative to solve a problem affecting everyone – le...

  •   How much of a threat is climate change? For a number of years, the phrase ‘climate change’ has followed us around much like an unavoidable plague. As sea levels continue to rise and weather...

  • Satisfying the Motherly Instinct in the Caribbean While personal success and happiness is an important motivator, it bows to a mother’s drive to do right by her children. This is why, in today’s e...

  • Breathtaking views of both the Atlantic Ocean. This is the sport of gold on St Kitts & Nevis. Two small islands but so much for the discerning golfer. St Kitts & Nevis’ four golf courses inc...

  • The Caribbean Sea has been touted as the most popular cruising and sailing area in the world, with more than 7,000 islands and islets constituting a 2,500-mile long and 160-mile wide chain. No longer ...

  • Best Shows of 2018 Let me guess – you’re scrolling endlessly on Netflix again and after half an hour of browsing, you settle for something safe. Or Friends, right? That’s always your loyal, put-...

  • The Most Philanthropic Women Just like most other industries, philanthropy is a space that has solely been reserved for men for a long time. While research by the Institute of Fundraising shows that w...

  • The women of today An iconic pop feminist, created a century ago as a comic book character, was propelled onto the big screen in 2017. The result was the highest grossing superhero-origin film of all ...

  • Janelle Redhead In 2008, three young women from the Caribbean stepped up to their running lanes to compete in the 200 m track event at the Junior World Championships, held in Poland. 23.52 seconds aft...

  •   Architect. Arab. Woman. When Zaha Hadid passed away in 2016, she left an extensive portfolio of architectural works that were equally admired and criticized across the world. The British-Iraqi ...

  •   A Study of Today’s Youth Across the globe, ‘Generation Y,’ also known as ‘Millennials,’ have started to find their place in the working world. They are considered the generation that ...

  •   Yes, it’s that time of the year again. The winter holidays are looming and thinking about plans and presents are triggering Brexit-level headaches. You could embrace the cold and wet of Europ...

  • 6 things you didn’t know about St Kitts and Nevis For many parts of the world, Independence Day is an annual celebration commemorating the fight for liberation and constitutional rights. From countr...

  •   Once upon a time, way before Christopher Columbus set foot in the Caribbean, there was magnificent island called Wai’tukubuli. “Tall is her body”, explain the indigenous Kalinago, as a tr...

  • The Perfect Family Destination Luxurious, stunning and fun, St Kitts and Nevis may well be Paradise on Earth. Rumor has it even Harry and Meghan eyed it for their royal honeymoon shortlist. Although f...

  •   Rising sea temperatures caused by climate change is a considerable challenge for small-island nations around the world. Action is key, and Dominica is leading the cause with its intent to becom...

  •   What do you want to leave behind as your legacy? For many of us, the answer is simple – the means for our family to be secure, happy and successful in the future. We inherit all sorts of thin...

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