A shorter version of this was delivered at the Caricom Regional Civil Society Consultation, Port-Of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, on 10 February 2011.

I want to suggest that we treat this gathering as political meeting–a meeting for political consensus-building, strategising, and networking among civil society organisations; on how best to impact regional and national political decision-making.In particular, may I suggest that our aim should be no less than to restore a sense of direction, and of vitality, to the regional integration moment…

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