04/06/2011 | Andrea Downer
The producers of the Caribbean’s first radio soap opera to address climate change know a thing or two about extreme weather. Recording for the pilot series of My Island, My Community had to be put on hold after Hurricane Tomas destroyed their offices in St Lucia in November.
02/10/2011 | Panos London
The focus of this project is to increase the availability of original, high-quality articles and broadcasts about life in developing countries written by local journalists.
01/30/2011 | Panos London
The media has a key role to play in raising awareness about climate change at both global and local levels. The CCMP project is an exciting programme designed to ensure this will happen.
01/16/2011 | Panos London
Wave Power showcases four community radio projects helping to tackle the Millennium Development Goals in developing countries
05/26/2009 | Keisha Shakespeare-Blackmore
Economic and social issues are creating a situation in Jamaica where women are at higher risk of contracting HIV, especially those from low-income communities.
04/07/2009 | Deleen Powell
Jamaica’s farmers are worried about the weather. High winds, frosts in August and dryer conditions on the tropical island are making it harder to grow crops.
03/07/2008 | Petre Williams
Hurricanes and rising sea levels are threatening Caribbean tourism. So how will the region's most important industry safeguard its future?
12/17/2003 | Trudy Simpson
A debate over teenage pregnancies in Jamaica heated up when two MPs from opposite ends of the political spectrum proposed forced virginity testing for teenagers and sterilisation of young mothers.
01/01/2001 | Anna Egan
Trudy Simpson is a reporter with the Kingston daily ‘The Gleaner’.