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 EMBASSY EVENINGS Discussion Series 

Since its inception, ICS in keeping with a commitment to provide a forum on issues that impact the Caribbean Diaspora has convened an Embassy Evening Discussion Series.  Designed as a catalyst for action, the Embassy Evening Series program has been a tremendous success in providing information and facilitating dialogue on a number of timely and relevant issues. 

Held throughout the year at various Caribbean embassies, they have addressed a variety of topics such as Caribbean migration to the United States; Sustainable Tourism and Environmental Justice; the Promotion of Culture as a Tool for Economic Development; Science and Technology in a Knowledge-based Economy; the Role of the Caribbean Diaspora in Nation-Building; the Meaning of the 1996 U.S. Elections for the Caribbean; Cuba and her Caribbean Neighbors; the perception of Caribbean women displayed in literature, the Impact of the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) on the Caribbean; and the Future of  Health Programs in the Caribbean.  The audience size has ranged from 20-90.
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