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Sunday, February 25, 2007 

An Interesting One…. (But not too long)
Based on the assumption that good governance is a pre-requisite to conduct effective application of conceptual and operational synergy, this process underlines the imperatives to fashion the best lessons and experiences toward the development of a holistic approach, as institutions have to consider and respond to the needs of regional and local communities.

However, how easy as it seems on principles, some major attributes such as the process of empowerment and participation should come to play, as various stakeholders (not only vested interests) need to articulate and steer the wheels of change to support the adaptation of effective policies, to pursue the quest for inclusiveness, accountability and the rule of law, as means to achieve development effectiveness and capacity development.

And in the context of the CARICOM, and regional governance these perspectives are strongly pinned down as they evolve around the ongoing process of integration, and some distinctive problematique in the areas of foreign and community relations, regional and international trade, economic integration and human and social development, see here for the primer.

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