Caribbean Caucus: 25 - 26 August

On 25 August, One Young World Ambassadors and young leaders from across the Caribbean come together in Trinidad & Tobago for the 2017 Caribbean One Young World Caucus. Caucuses provide an opportunity for Ambassadors to connect face to face, explore opportunities for collaboration and gain insight into a range of emerging issues.

Spaces are limited so register as soon as possible to secure your place.

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Registration deadline: 22 August

When?

25 - 26 August

Where?

The Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business, Mount Hope, Trinidad

Who can attend?

All One Young World Ambassadors are welcome to attend. In addition, One Young World Ambassadors may nominate other socially engaged young leaders to participate.

How much does it cost?

There are no fees to attend the event but One Young World cannot provide support for travel, accommodation or incidental costs.

Accommodation

We have identified AirBNB apartments that can be shared by attendees. Cost per person is $25-30 / $25-35  USD per night (based on availability at the time of booking). Please indicate if you are interested in receiving information about this accommodation when registering your attendance. 

What is on the agenda?

  • Entrepreneuship & social business
  • The future of education
  • Building inclusive communities
  • Challenges and opportunities for Caribbean Youth

​Please note that this agenda is subject to change.

Time

Date Session Speakers Venue
11:00am - 12:00pm 25 August

Film Screening – Small Changes

Jonathan Barcant – Co-Founder, I am Movement

Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business
2:00m - 3:00am 25 August Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship

Daniel Barcant, Managing Director, Cocoa Republic

Jonathan Barcant, Co-founder, I am Movement & Co-founder, Vetiver TT

Shedron Collins, CEO, Youth Business Trinidad and Tobago​

Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business
3:30pm - 4:00pm 25 August Networking Break

 

Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business
4:30pm - 5:30pm 25 August Challenges Facing Education in the Caribbean

Meghan Waterman, Co-founder, CEO Special needs Academy​

Terri-ann Brathwaite, Lecturer, UWI-ALJGSB

Dr. Michael Dowlath, Principal, Naparima Boys College

Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business
   

 

 

 
11:00am - 12:00pm

26 August

Film Screening -Quiet Revolution,
Edward Inglefiled  

 

Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business​​
2:00pm - 3:00pm​

26 August

Challenges and Opportunities for Young People in Caribbean Development

Marc Alain Boucicault, Founder, Banje & Group Echo Haiti and One Young World Ambassador.​

Danielle Cosgrove, ePatient Scholar, Stanford MedicineX, Curator, Global Shapers Port of Spain Hub

Melisa Pascal, One Young World Coordinating Ambassador for the Caribbean.

Gerrad Thomas - Country Manager, World Bank & Chapter Director, Startup Grind TnT

Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business​​
3:30pm - 4:00pm​

26 August

 

Networking Break

 

Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business​​
4:30pm - 5:30pm 26 August Social Inclusion

Asiya Mohammed, CEO, Conflict Women & One Young World Ambassador

Rudloph Hanamji, Marketing & Communications Manager, Trinidad & Tobago International Finance Centre

Shamla Maharaj, Managing Director, Recommended Solutions Consultancy Services

Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business​​

6:00pm - 7:00pm

26 August

Ambassador collaboration pitches
 
Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business​​