Jubilee Caribbean's conference on debt and climate change

From: 13 December 2022 - 09:00AM
To: 14 December 2022 - 05:00PM
Saint George's, Grenada

Jubilee Caribbean's conference on debt and climate change will take place in Saint George's, Grenada, on December 13-14.

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The conference seeks to bring together policy makers, civil society organisations, religious leaders and activists from the Caribbean in an inspirational setting to discuss the interlinkages between debt and climate in the region.

Through the inputs of the speakers, presentation of analysis and interactive Q&A sessions, Jubilee Caribbean is convening a two-day conference where to discuss the main challenges that Eastern Caribbean countries are facing when it comes to debt and climate, and the possible solutions.

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Confirmed panellists

  • Chevanne Britton, Acting Deputy Permanent Secretary - Grenada Ministry of Finance
  • Heron Belfon, National Project Coordinator - Jubilee Caribbean
  • Ilaria Crotti, Policy and Advocacy Officer - Eurodad
  • Iolanda Fresnillo, Policy and Advocacy Manager - Eurodad
  • Jwala Rambarran, International Economic Consultant
  • Kelvin George, Director - Green Climate Fund TBC
  • Kevin Hope, Economic Development Specialist - Hope Economics
  • Kristina Rehbein, Political coordinator and managing director - Jubilee Germany
  • Leon Bullen, Economist - Eastern Caribbean Central Bank
  • Reverend R. Osbert James, Chair - Jubilee Caribbean
  • Randall Waechter, Director of UNFCCC @WINDREF - Saint George's University
  • Terrance Walters, Coordinator - National Disaster Management Agency
  • Viola Pascal, Project Coordinator - International Organization for Migration (IOM) 
  • Johann Hoshtialek, Director - 365 in 195


The conference is being produced with the financial assistance of the European Union and the Open Society Foundations. The contents of this conference are the sole responsibility of Jubilee Caribbean, Eurodad and their partners and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the funders. 



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