The Surinamese independent researcher and writer, Dr. Betty Sedoc-Dahlberg, will open the 2015 ACURIL Conference on Sunday evening, 7 June 2015, at the Torarica Hotel & Casino.
Dr. Sedoc-Dahlberg is the editor of the book entitled Dutch Caribbean: Prospects for Democracy, published in 1990, by Harewood Academic Publishers as well as the essay collection Democracy and the Human Rights in the Caribbean (1997), co-edited with Ivelaw L. Griffith. Read preview.
Researcher Sedoc-Dahlberg will be the keynote speaker at the ACURIL Conference Opening Ceremony with the theme Collaborative Continuing Education in the Global South : A Perspective from Social Sciences.
COLLABORATIVE CONTINUING EDUCATION:
LEARN, ACT AND INSPIRE
Professional and Personal Development Opportunities
for Lifelong Learning in Libraries, Archives and Museums
in the Caribbean
NINE YEARS AGO, from 9-12 November 2006, members of ACURIL’s Executive Council met at Mid-year meeting in Paramaribo, Suriname.
Members and guests, from left to right (back to front), are Ileana Rosa-Sotomayor (Treasurer-Puerto Rico). Irais Sankatsing (Aruba), Adele Merrit-Bernard (Jamaica), Elizabeth Pierre-Louis (Haiti), Dorcas Bowler (Bahamas), Carmen Santos-Corrada (Puerto Rico), Pedro Padilla-Rosa,RIP(Puerto Rico), Cheryl Sylvester (Grenada) Judith Rogers (US Virgin Islands), Luisa Vigo-Cepeda (Puerto Rico), Bea Bazile (Guadeloupe), Astrid Britten (Aruba), Jane Smith (Suriname), Margot Thomas (St. Lucia). In front: Stella Pollack (Suriname) and Oneida Ortiz, RIP (Executive Secretary).