Welcome to the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) , named after one of the Caribbean's most distinguished economists. Formed in 1999 with a merger of the Consortium Graduate School of the Social Sciences (CGSS) and the Institute of Social and Economic Studies, SALISES has branches in Mona, Cave Hill and St. Augustine. The institute boasts its own documentation center, databank and publications section... READ MORE
Congratulations to Dr Terri-Ann Gilbert-Roberts on being named a member of the UN Advisory Group for Progress Study on Youth, Peace and Security. The Advisory Group is composed of 21 experts – scholars, practitioners and youth leaders which were all appointed by the Secretary-General.
The UWI Expresses Condolences on the Passing of Professor Bishnodat Vishnu Persaud
The Jamaica Observer Article on Onyka Barrett (SALISES Student) entitled, "Onyka Barrett - The activist"
A tribute to Marion O'Callaghan
Remembering Marion O'Callaghan: Trinidad and Tobago scholar, international public servant, poet , writer, journalists, advocate and foundation member of the Consortium Graduate School for the Social Sciences in the Caribbean
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SALISES, Graduate Award Scholarships for 2015/2016
SALISES is proud to announce that Sandre Barrett, Onica Simmons and Annchana Brown are the recipients of the SALISES, Graduate Award Scholarships for 2015/2016. They are new students in the MSc Development Studies programme.
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Congratulations to Miss Janet Bignall on winning SALISES Employee of the Quarter (January-April, 2016).
Caribbean Youth Development Conference 2015
Caribbean Youth Day Address
Mr. Amilcar Sanatan-Interdisicplinary Artist, Graduate Student,
Institute of Gender and Development Studies, UWI St. Augustine
“An Inconvenient Yute: Caribbean Development Omissions, Openings and Options”
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