Republic Journal

Biting the Bullet: Institutional Strengthening

It is a regular occurrence for us to vent our frustrations concerning the inefficiencies we encounter in accessing the services provided by the country’s major support institutions. In fact, for many of us the mere thought of having to visit certain government offices generates strong feelings of annoyance and trepidation.

Women Leaders in Social Good

In 2011, Beyoncé, used this hit song to loudly and triumphantly announce that girls run the world. Now, just two years shy of a decade later, the song might have endured as an anthem of female empowerment but statistics suggest that this is one area where Queen Bey is mistaken.

Helping Entrepreneurs Grow and Succeed

What do Trinidad and Tobago’s entrepreneurs want? Or better yet, what do they need?

Two Regions One Historic Visit

The President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, gave us the honour of hosting him for dinner during his recent visit to Trinidad and Tobago.

Biting the Bullet

As a country seeking to transition to developed-nation status, it is incumbent on us to bring resolution to key issues that continue to impede Trinidad and Tobago’s development. These challenges are broad based, affecting the economy, government’s finances and social security, to name a few.

Taking the long way home

“I love what I do,” explains Natalie Davila; the cadence of her voice was clear and concise, yet full of warmth. Within minutes of speaking with her, it felt like we were old friends.


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