This oped was written by our research team from the University of Leicester and University of Guyana
Mental Health in Guyana’s Prisons: a direct legacy of the country’s colonial history?
This oped was written by our research team from the University of Leicester and University of Guyana.
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How the relationship between the Caribbean and foreign military forces in the 20th century had many different incarnations and forms, and left lasting legacies...
The Corruption Complex
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The Return of the Colonial
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Why Reparations matter
Colonialism and post-colonialism were criminal enterprises
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_An organic, social justice, and non-legislative form of multiculturalism in Trinidad is being eroded by the commodification of culture.