When we think about public services in Trinidad and Tobago, long waiting lines, poor customer service, understaffed offices and outdated technologies may come to mind. However, no one can argue that the public service isn’t vital to supporting a country’s economy, preserving the well being of its citizens (especially the most vulnerable) and maintaining order. Indeed, we often … [Read more...] about Recognizing service in the public service
Denesh Baboolal is a development professional currently employed as a consultant with the Inter-American Development Bank in Trinidad and Tobago. He has worked with the operations team in the country office, as well as with the Gender and Diversity Division to co-coordinate the Regional Policy Meeting on Masculinity held on April 2019 in Jamaica. He holds a bachelor’s in Economics (Special) from the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus and has submitted his Msc thesis calculating the effect that violence against women has on their decision to participate in the labour force in Trinidad and Tobago.