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Profiles of Speakers on August 29th & 30th 2003
Profiles of Speakers on August 31st 2003

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Leith L. Dunn

Leith L. Dunn, a Social Scientist who holds a PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science, a Bachelor's degree (Hons) in Languages and Social Sciences and a M.Sc. in Sociology and Social Psychology from the UWI, has been a part time Lecturer at the UWI Mona for a number of years, teaching at the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication, the Regional Coordinating Unit of the CGDS and the University Hospital of the West Indies. She also served as Acting Regional Coordinator for the CGDS Regional Coordinating Unit for the 2000-2001 academic year. Dr. Dunn has over 20 years experience as a project analyst, trainer, academic and consultant with local, regional and international development agencies, governments, the Commonwealth as well as civil society organizations. She has conducted child labour studies in several Caribbean countries for the ILO and has completed several research publications on child-related issues for international agencies and organizations. She served as an Advisor to the Commonwealth Foundation between 1988 and 1999 and as a member of the Commonwealth Observer Group for the 2002 Presidential elections in Zimbabwe. Along with Hopeton Dunn, she has co-authored People and Tourism: Issues and Attitudes in the Jamaican Hospitality Industry (2002).

Abstract:  Women and Work: Policy Implications of ILO Convention


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