Dr. Carla Barnett Dr. Carla N. Barnett Carla Natalie Barnett, Ph.D. is a trained economist with extensive work experience in the areas […]
Andaiye Andaiye “I’m not saying this to be pessimistic. I’m saying it to say that we all know that if we want […]
“BEWARE THE PROMISE TODAY”, is a photo essay about the demise in Guyana, in the early 1970s and the very first trains to be introduced in South America in 1846. Brewster’s work will be featured at IGS’s magazine launch, “Issues Guyana”, on November 19, 2019 – International Men’s Day. We will also be featuring his film, ‘Flambeau’, an extract from Earl Warner’s Man Talk.
On September 25, 2019 the panel discussion on Women in Agriculture in Leguan, North, South and Central Rupununi led by Dr Maxine Parris-Aaron, Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA), Dr. Gillian Smith, FAO, Louisa Daggers, Coordinator, Amerindian Research Unit (UG), Seon Hamer, Assistant Dean, Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences (UG) was a huge success with 116 attendees. Our next event will take place on November 19th when we launch the first publication of ISSUES Guyana: Come Hear Dis.
Gina N. Miller Gina N. Miller Gina Nadira Miller is the Guyanese-British woman who took the British Government to court for its implementation […]
Professor Emerita Rhoda Reddock Professor Rhoda Reddock Rhoda Reddock is emerita professor of Gender, Social Change and Development and former deputy campus […]