PAST WEBINAR

Curfews, human right webinar

CURFEWS, LOCKDOWNS & HUMAN RIGHTS

The (Ongoing) Effect of COVID-19 Driven Orders on our Citizens

Thursday 25 June 2020 1:00 - 2:30 PM (EST)

This webinar will address the impact of COVID-19 on regional tourism and the legal implications for the reopening of Caribbean borders, businesses and society.

Our panel of experts, drawn from across the Caribbean, will share their insights, predictions and guidance on the legal ramifications of COVID-19 Curfews, Lockdowns and Human Rights for the region.

“It is our hope that these webinars will provide opportunity for a truly regional discourse on practical strategies for empowering Caribbean societies and protecting our regional wealth and welfare.”

Tonya Bastian Galanis

Principal, Eugene Dupuch Law School

PREVIOUS WEBINAR

TOURISM: SUN, SEA & MASKS

Anticipating the Post COVID - 19 Recovery of the Caribbean Tourism Sector

Thursday June 18, 2020 | 1:00 - 2:30PM (EST)

This webinar will address the impact of COVID-19 on regional tourism and the legal implications for the reopening of Caribbean borders, businesses and society.

Our panel of experts, drawn from across the Caribbean, will share their insights, predictions and guidance on the legal ramifications of the COVID-19 recovery for the Caribbean tourism sector

“It is our hope that these webinars will provide opportunity for a truly regional discourse on practical strategies for empowering Caribbean societies and protecting our regional wealth and welfare.”

Tonya Bastian Galanis

Principal, Eugene Dupuch Law School

PREVIOUS WEBINAR

Staying Safe Online: Protecting Against Fake News, Harmful Content and Online Scams - May 29, 2020

COVID-19 and the Caribbean Internet Public Forum: Staying Safe Online

Protecting Against Fake News, Harmful Content and Online Scams | 29 MAY 2020 1PM - 2:30PM

Staying Safe Online

Connected Caribbean is pleased to host a public forum on “COVID-19 and the Caribbean Internet.”

With COVID-19 disrupting business and information technology systems in the Caribbean and worldwide, a new suite of webinars is offering participants real-time understanding of the challenges, solutions and best practices to address ongoing changes and priorities.

The upcoming webinar explores the evolving impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Caribbean life for the general public. Geared towards end-users such as journalists, teachers, students, parents and remote workers, the discussion will be centered around the topic: Protecting against fake news, harmful content and online scams.

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