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Tivonne Howe represent Montserrat at CSME youth conference in Antigua

Adapted GIU – Miss Tivonne Howe was scheduled to represent Montserrat at a youth conference on the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) St. John’s, Antigua June 16-17, 2011.

According to a CARICOM press statement “the event is the conclusion of the project: Students Engaging the CSME through Field Promotion, which began in 2008 and mobilized 283 tertiary students to experience the CSME in a practical way. Students from CARICOM Member States participating in the CSME, travelled to another CARICOM State to study the CSME in action, receive training and identify responses to CSME opportunities.

“The Conference in Antigua was scheduled to bring representatives from the student groups who participated in the Project together for working sessions with technical staff of the CARICOM Secretariat, National CSME Focal Points, and other public and private stakeholders. They will discuss the findings and recommendations from the Project’s twelve Country Mission Reports and develop a Guide Book that will serve as a tool to further promote youth involvement in the CSME.

“The two day Conference is organized by the CARICOM Secretariat with funding by the 9th European Development Fund (EDF), Caribbean Integration Support Programme (CISP). It is part of the Secretariat’s on-going efforts public education efforts,” the statement reads.

Sixteen-year-old Tivonne Howe is the interim CARICOM Youth Ambassador for Montserrat and has just completed her education at the Montserrat Secondary School.

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Adapted GIU – Miss Tivonne Howe was scheduled to represent Montserrat at a youth conference on the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) St. John’s, Antigua June 16-17, 2011.

According to a CARICOM press statement “the event is the conclusion of the project: Students Engaging the CSME through Field Promotion, which began in 2008 and mobilized 283 tertiary students to experience the CSME in a practical way. Students from CARICOM Member States participating in the CSME, travelled to another CARICOM State to study the CSME in action, receive training and identify responses to CSME opportunities.

“The Conference in Antigua was scheduled to bring representatives from the student groups who participated in the Project together for working sessions with technical staff of the CARICOM Secretariat, National CSME Focal Points, and other public and private stakeholders. They will discuss the findings and recommendations from the Project’s twelve Country Mission Reports and develop a Guide Book that will serve as a tool to further promote youth involvement in the CSME.

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“The two day Conference is organized by the CARICOM Secretariat with funding by the 9th European Development Fund (EDF), Caribbean Integration Support Programme (CISP). It is part of the Secretariat’s on-going efforts public education efforts,” the statement reads.

Sixteen-year-old Tivonne Howe is the interim CARICOM Youth Ambassador for Montserrat and has just completed her education at the Montserrat Secondary School.