MOST Forum 2012
MOST, launched in March 1994, is a global initiative undertaken by UNESCO to promote international comparative Social Sciences research. The primary emphasis is to support large-scale, long-term autonomous research and to transfer the relevant findings and data to decision-makers.
Port Of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago is a member state of UNESCO and as such, has established a National Commission for UNESCO. One of the thematic areas and sub-committees established under the National Commission is very relevant to the Ministry of the People and Social Development. This is, the Sub-Committee for Social and Human Sciences, which focuses on issues such as human rights, poverty, social transformations, sport, ethics and philosophy. In this light, the Ministry of the People and Social Development embraces the opportunity to host the Second (2nd) UNESCO MOST Regional Forum of Ministers of Social Development for the Caribbean. This Forum will bring together regional public authorities, policy makers, social science researchers and representatives of civil society, including representatives of International Development Agencies with the aim to discuss development challenges, as well as to share knowledge and best practices that are effective in creating a stronger and unified regional body.
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