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· October, 2009

Stories about Guyana from October, 2009

Guyana: Restorative Justice

“Recent years have found the Caribbean embroiled in the challenges of drug trafficking, money laundering, murder, rape, robbery and crimes of all sorts”: Guyana's caribbeanlawbytes wonders whether the region is...

Guyana: Uniformity

Individualism and free expression are made up of much more than clothing. Signifyin’ Guyana explains.

Caribbean: Rethinking Online Publishing

Caribbean bloggers imagine an online writing and publishing community using participatory media to overcome the difficulties of book publishing in the region.

Guyana: Here Comes The Rain Again

Guyana-Gyal‘s garden writes a love letter to the rain.

Guyana: Social Media

Imran Khan notices that “Social media is breaking convention even in Guyana”, adding that once people understand its power, it “will revolutionize how things are sold and events are promoted.”

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