Articles Under: Sir Clare Roberts, KCN, QC
Today, 2013 October 10, is the 11th World Day Against the Death Penalty. This year the day is dedicated to the Caribbean. To mark this occasion I reproduce a speech I made at a conference at UWI St Augustine Campus in Trinidad and Tobago on 2013 October 1st. The theme of the conference was the title to this column.
Prison Conditions – International Human Rights Standards and what must be done to alleviate the problemOctober 2, 2013
Prison conditions are of concern across the western hemisphere and not the least in Antigua and Barbuda.
The Right to Life – Why Persons who Commit Murder when Under the Age of 18 should not be Killed by the StateSeptember 18, 2013
In the Bill for the Offences Against the Person (Amendment ) Act, 2013 that was passed the House of Representatives on Friday 30th August 2013 the following amendment to the principal Act was passed.
Introductory My article this week is based on a public lecture that I gave in Barbados in honour of Dr the Honourable Lloyd Barnett, OJ. I consider it timely in light of the fact that the 50th Anniversary of the Reverend Martin Luther King’s “I have a Dream Speech” is being celebrated across the hemisphere. [...]
In the global AIDS pandemic, the Caribbean is the second-most affected region in the world. Among adults aged 15–44, AIDS has become the leading cause of death.
I read with interest the opinion piece of August 08/2013, by Sir Clare K. Roberts, KCN, QC. in ‘The Caribbean Times – Antigua and Barbuda’ and offer the following comments.
I would first like to thank the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Caricom and the Government of Antigua and Antigua for inviting me to make this presentation at this Regional Dialogue on Hunger Eradication in the Caribbean: