Building peace in the minds of men and women

A selection of publications prepared by the West Indian Commission along with a sample of administrative file jacket used. © Sidney Martin Library

The West Indian Commission Papers

Registration year: 2015
Submission year: 
2014

The West Indian Commission papers represent the first in-depth enquiry commissioned by independent nations to examine the impact of a rapidly changing global environment on living conditions in small island developing states. Established in July 1989 as an independent body by the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Commission was mandated to undertake consultations with Caribbean people on issues pertaining to social, cultural and economic development. The collection contains transcripts of over 350 written submissions, several commissioned studies, special reports and publications. 

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A selection of publications prepared by the West Indian Commission along with a sample of administrative file jacket used. © Sidney Martin Library
A selection of publications prepared by the West Indian Commission along with a sample of administrative file jacket used.
© Sidney Martin Library
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