The University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) is hosting the 2014 Caribbean Conference — Towards a Corruption-Free Caribbean: Ethics, Values, Trust and Morality — on March 19-21, 2014.
The venue for all activities is the campus of UCCI, 168 Olympic Way, George Town, Grand Cayman.
UCCI is collaborating with Canada’s Carleton University’s Center for Values and Ethics, the Department of Government of the University of the West Indies, Mona / Jamaica, and the National Integrity Action of Jamaica.
Dr. Huguette Labelle, Chair of the Board of Transparency International, will open the conference with a keynote.
Dr. The Hon. Ngozi Okonjo–Iweala, Minister of Finance of Nigeria, will be sharing her experience in fighting corruption in her country.
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Yvette Noble-Bloomfield will speak on the role of the Church in strengthening ethics and values in the community.
The Hon. Perry Christie, Prime Minister of the Bahamas, will be talking about the ethical and anti-corruption framework of the Bahamian government.
Our friend Afra Raymond will be there. He’s famous for putting the spotlight on government corruption, and demanding more transparency and accountability from the leaders of Trinidad and Tobago.
There are many other well-known speakers, with panels, workshops, roundtables, an essay contest, and more.
For more information and to register for the event, please click here.
Richard L. Cassin is the publisher and editor of the FCPA Blog. He can be contacted here.
I will be looking forward to listening to the speakers, especially Nguzi Iweala.
The church speaking on ethics. Now that will be interesting.
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