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Panos Caribbean's goals are to enable the people of the Caribbean to conceive, drive and communicate their own development agenda. To develop media, information and communication partnerships, to communicate towards development.

To amplify the voices of the vulnerable, the marginalized and the excluded.

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Panos team members Dinner&Debate2 9Oct2016

Petre Williams-Raynor (right), Country Director for Panos Caribbean – Jamaica, with team members, following a successful second ‘Dinner and a Debate’ United States Presidential Election Debate Viewing Event held on October 9, 2016. Team members from left are: Jehnell Spencer, intern; Adene Chung, finance and administration officer; and Indi Mclymont-Lafayette, consultant. (Photo: Mark Baker)

 

Ladies regis Dinner&Debate 9Oct2016

Attendees at the October 9, 2016 Presidential Debate Viewing Event, put on as part of the ‘Dinner and a Debate’ series to raise awareness on the United States Presidential Elections, register at the event. (Photo: Mark Baker)

Bion&PWR Dinner&Debate 9Oct2016

Acting Public Affairs Officer at the United States Embassy in Kingston Bion Bliss makes a point to Petre Williams-Raynor, Panos Caribbean’s Country Director for Jamaica. (Photo: Mark Baker)

Nadeen Spence Dinner&Debate 9Oct2016

University of the West Indies lecturer and 51% Coalition member Nadeen Spencer makes a stirring presentation at the October 9 Presidential Debate Viewing Event, put on as part of the ‘Dinner and a Debate’ series to raise awareness on the United States Presidential Elections. (Photo: Mark Baker)

Emma&Nikki Dinner&Debate 9Oct2016

Independent blogger, social media activist and 51% Coalition member Emma Lewis (left) and Nikeisha Sewell, Coordinator of the 51% Secretariat, tweet on proceedings at the October 9, 2016 ‘Dinner and a Debate’ Viewing Event to raise awareness about the United States Presidential Elections.

Participants Dinner&Debate 9Oct2016

Participants raise their hands to be given the floor during the Question and Answer segment that followed the October 9, 2016 United States Presidential Election Debate.