Governance and Electoral Continuity and Change in the Caribbean”

On Thursday 17th June, 2021, the Institute of International Relations (IIR) in collaboration with the Caribbean Policy Consortium (CPC) held a virtual Webinar entitled “Governance and Electoral Continuity and Change in the Caribbean: Retrospect and Prospect 2020-2021”

The event was moderated by Professor Jessica Byron, Director, IIR, and featured the following panelists and topics:


“Guyana’s Electoral Saga: Implications for Governance in a Plural Society”

Cynthia Barrow-Giles, Senior Lecturer, The UWI, Cave Hill

“Behind the altars of populism and power sharing: Electoral outcomes and Prospects for Stability in post-Bouterse Suriname”

Jack Menke, Professor, Anton de Kom University

“Elections and Governance in Trinidad and Tobago”

Hamid Ghany, Professor and Director, SALISES, The UWI, St Augustine

“Dynamics of Electoral Change in Haiti and the Dominican Republic”

Georges Fauriol, CPC Fellow

“Political Continuity and Policy Adaptation in Jamaica”

Earl Moxam, Political Analyst, RJRGleaner, Jamaica

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