Labour College hosts panel discussion on Venezuelan impact on T&T ‘Labour and Society’

The Cipriani College of Labour and Co-operative Studies (CCLCS), will present a special panel discussion hosted by the Elma Francois Institute for Research and Debate (EFIRD) entitled ‘Venezuelans in Trinidad and Tobago: Implications for Labour and Society’. This event takes place on Friday 24th May 2019 from 6.00pm – 9.00pm at the CLR James Auditorium, Valsayn Campus.

This discussion is the second part of a series that will explore the implications of the events unfolding in Venezuela for Trinidad and Tobago and the rest of the Caribbean. As one of the countries that is closest to Venezuela and the host to a large number of Venezuelans, we need to understand the implications of the fast moving events in Venezuela on our country, including the impacts on:

Photo: Millions of Venezuelan refugees have left the cash-strapped nation in the past year.
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  • Sovereignty
  • Labour Market and Employment
  • Social Services
  • Human Trafficking
  • Trade in narcotics and illegal guns
  • Crime

The Panellists for the evening will be:

  • Stephen Mathison – Human Resource Specialist
  • Danielle Frederick – Social Commentator
  • Carla Walcott (National Union of Domestic Workers)
  • Hubert Henry (Contractors General Workers Trade Union)

This event takes place at 6pm at the CLR James Auditorium, Cipriani College of Labour and Cooperative Studies (CCLCS), Valsayn on the 24th May 2019.

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