PJ Patterson Institute hosts symposium on Africa-Caribbean cooperation


Wednesday, March 20, 2024, marked a seminal moment in the annals of international cooperation as The PJ Patterson Institute for Africa-Caribbean Advocacy spearheaded its inaugural symposium at the UWI Regional Headquarters.

Attended by a distinguished cohort comprising current and former heads of state from both the Caribbean and Africa, alongside eminent academic luminaries, the symposium convened under the auspices of fostering robust collaboration between these historically interconnected regions.

Addressing the gathering, Former Prime Minister of Jamaica PJ Patterson, patron of the Institute, underscored the importance of the symposium in charting a course towards enhanced cooperation.

“This inaugural symposium seeks to face the challenges and find creative solutions as we move forward to strengthen cooperation between Africa and the Caribbean,” Patterson remarked.

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