Ethnic Relations Commission

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  1. PNCR abstention blocks ERC membership motion
    May 13, 2007

  2. ERC appointment delayed
    May 11, 2007

  3. Sacrificing the common good
    May 11, 2007

  4. Govt fails to pass motion allowing for selection of ERC members
    May 11, 2007

  5. Ethnic relations body corrects KN report on 'closure'
    May 10, 2007

  6. ERC denies Kaieteur News report
    May 9, 2007

  7. Life of ERC comes to an end
    May 7, 2007

  8. ERC concludes wide-ranging Essequibo outreach
    April 28, 2007

  9. ERC to hold public lectures
    April 10, 2007

  10. No policies to address discrimination, equal employment opportunity in Region Four
    March 25, 2007

  11. ERC says appeal over homophobic lyrics outside mandate
    November 29, 2006

  12. ERC to focus on unsettled complaints, stakeholders report
    November 23, 2006

  13. ERC to redirect focus on investigations, hearings
    November 22, 2006

  14. ERC to redirect focus on investigations, hearings
    November 22, 2006

  15. National Conversation concludes with calls for continued dialogue
    November 20, 2006

  16. ERC urges political will, good faith to meet societal needs
    November 17, 2006

  17. National Conversation opens
    November 16, 2006

  18. Over 400 to participate in ERC's National Conversation
    November 11, 2006

  19. All party support for race relations film push
    August 18, 2004

  20. Ethnic relations body hosting conflict-healing film festival
    August 14, 2004

  21. Ethnic Relations Commission to launch film festival
    August 11, 2004

  22. ERC urged to institutionalise religious prayers in schools
    June 29, 2004

  23. Contracts must be shared equally among ethnic groups
    June 24, 2004

  24. Students make recommendations to ERC
    June 23, 2004

  25. Ethnic Relations Commission to focus on education & awareness
    May 26, 2004

  26. Ethnic Relations Commission lacks credibility
    May 19, 2004

  27. Ethnic Relations C'n calls for 'environment of trust'
    March 25, 2004

  28. GINA complains to ethnic relations body about Lincoln Lewis' remarks
    January 28, 2004

  29. Ethnic Relations C'n urged to address Lewis's 'economic genocide' remarks
    January 27, 2004

  30. Ethnic relations body unveils work programme
    December 19, 2003

  31. Ethnic Relations C'n to be more pro-active in New Year
    December 19, 2003

  32. Region Three body has no standing with Ethnic Relations Commission
    October 31, 2003

  33. Meetings planned with race-based groups
    October 26, 2003

  34. First regional ethnic committee launched
    October 19, 2003

  35. Ethnic relations body holds first meeting
    August 27, 2003

  36. Ethnic Relations Commission still to get going
    August 25, 2003

  37. Last two Ethnic Relations Commission members sworn in
    July 19, 2003

  38. Final two to be sworn in to Ethnic Relations Commission
    July 18, 2003

  39. Ethnic Relations Commission
    June 24, 2003

  40. Three more sworn in on Ethnic Relations Commissions
    May 31, 2003

  41. Of Whom Much Is Expected ?
    May 7, 2003

  42. REMARKS OF PRESIDENT BHARRAT JAGDEO TO THE SWEARING OF MEMBERS OF THE ETHNIC RELATIONS COMMISSION
    May 4, 2003

  43. Members of Ethnic Relations Commission sworn in
    May 3, 2003

  44. Ethnic Relations Commission members take oath of office
    May 3, 2003

  45. Ethnic Relations Commission for swearing in May 2
    April 28, 2003

  46. Parliament t deal with constitutional matters
    April 25, 2003

  47. Political impasse blocks Ethnic Relations Commission
    March 16, 2003

  48. Race and ethnic relations
    March 14, 2003

  49. All nominations in for Ethnic Relations Commission
    December 22, 2002

  50. Ethnic relations body delayed again
    September 2, 2002

  51. Heavy penalties proposed under revised Racial Hostility law
    August 4, 2002

  52. Lessons from Bishop Tutu
    April 22, 2002

  53. Edghill is Christian representative on Ethnic Relations Commission
    April 14, 2002

  54. Understanding race and ethnic relations in Guyana
    April 3, 2002

  55. Ethnic Relations Commission still to be set up
    August 26, 2001

  56. Constitution change vital to fight racial insecurity
    May 2, 2001

  57. Heavy fines, jail term for race hate speech
    January 4, 2001

  58. Historic racial discrimination law approved
    December 16, 2000

  59. Parliament approves Ethnic Relations Commission motion
    December 12, 2000

  60. Clause holds up passage of historic race relations laws
    December 12, 2000

  61. Ethnic Relations Tribunal bill fast-tracked
    December 11, 2000

  62. House to approve Ethnic Relations
    November 28, 2000

  63. Aiming for small gains
    August 12, 2000

  64. Jagdeo assents to Ethnic Relations bill
    August 12, 2000

  65. Making new starts, from race relations to medical standards
    August 6, 2000

  66. Parliament approves race relations commission bill
    August 4, 2000

  67. Two-thirds majority allows passage of race relations Bill
    August 4, 2000

  68. Moving ahead on the race relations front
    July 30, 2000

  69. Race relations bill set to be approved Thursday
    July 30, 2000

  70. Historic race relations law stalled in Parliament
    July 28, 2000

  71. Absence of MPs bungles passage of constitution amendment bill
    July 28, 2000

  72. Ethnic Relations Commission closer
    May 21, 2000

  73. A scientific understanding of race and ethnic relations in Guyana
    April 30, 2000

  74. Main parties agree on race relations commission
    December 16, 1999

  75. PPP/Civic, PNC agree on ethnic relations proposals
    December 16, 1999

  76. PPP/Civic, PNC near breakthrough on Ethnic Relations Commission
    December 10, 1999

  77. Agreement on race relations possible by year end
    November 16, 1999

  78. National consensus must guide path for healing ethnic rift
    June 12, 1999

  79. Race Relations Commission
    July 20, 1998





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