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Embassy of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Washington, DC The Embassy represents the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in the USA.

The Embassy is the principal representative of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago in the conduct of relations with the Government of the United States of America. Among the services provided are the promotion of trade, investment, tourism, passport, visa and consular services, including assistance to nationals, legalizing documents, verifying the authenticity of medical certificates, interviewi

The Embassy is the principal representative of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago in the conduct of relations with the Government of the United States of America. Among the services provided are the promotion of trade, investment, tourism, passport, visa and consular services, including assistance to nationals, legalizing documents, verifying the authenticity of medical certificates, interviewi

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08/31/2022

Independence Address by Her Excellency Paula-Mae Weekes ORTT, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago on the 60th Anniversary of Independence

Fellow citizens.
“Stand at the crossroads, and look, and ask for the ancient paths, where the good way lies; and walk in it, and find rest for your souls.” These were the words of the prophet Jeremiah to the people of Israel in 7th century B.C..

We in Trinidad and Tobago are at a crossroads of our own on the occasion of our 60th anniversary of independence—the Diamond Jubilee—and I do not think that I would be engaging in hyperbole if I described us as a restless nation. Perhaps Jeremiah’s words can offer sound and timely advice.

From our present vantage point, the initial impression of the immediate landscape might be one of a wilderness, given the increasingly brazen criminality, ugly divisive politics, rampant unemployment, distressing reports of child abuse and troubling poverty. Surely, not what the architects of our independence intended and envisaged six decades ago; nor what citizens hoped for in 1962 when we grasped governance with our own hands; nor what Sparrow meant when he sang, “Oh yes, we want to achieve, we going to aspire; we bound to be a success”.

Those who have lived through all or most of the intervening period would be justified in asking, however rhetorically, “how the france we get here?”

Mercifully, this junction also affords the nation the opportunity to look back at its former ways with a view to revisiting some of the more salutary behaviours and practices which we may have unwisely abandoned.

There was a time, not too long ago, when as a nation, we were full of pride in ourselves, boasting an enviable literacy rate and booming industries, a place where respect for others and office was the default position and where integrity, decency and compassion were not unfamiliar— justifiably the envy of our Caribbean neighbours. Not that we were without our problems and issues; there has always been lawbreaking, corruption, societal dysfunction and ethnic division, but not to the extremes that now exist. For many years after Sniper first sang ‘Portrait of Trinidad’ in 1965, we citizens sang along lustily, without hesitation or reservation.

The significant and wonderful thing about a crossroads is that it offers options—a choice of paths for the onward journey. The selection must be made with utmost care and caution. Trinidad and Tobago desperately needs to find where the good way lies and walk in it and we don’t have a moment to spare.

At the end of a decade, it is usual to be deeply contemplative, to pore over what has been, take stock of what is and plan what is to be. The 60th anniversary of our independence is an apposite time for individuals, institutions and the nation as a whole to engage in that exercise.

A 60-year-old person might reasonably be expected to have developed maturity, wisdom, fortitude, discernment and patience. Mistakes would have been made, misfortune suffered, trials and tribulations undergone, but useful lessons which inform future decisions would have been extracted from unhappy experiences.

Sixty years is young for a nation, but the same expectations can apply. As a people, we have had more than enough time to put aside childish things—our laissez-faire attitude, intolerant viewpoints and perspectives, irrational conspiracy theories and appetite for the latest bacchanal; to stop the blame game, social media character assassinations, the pointless rehashing of old grudges, none of which has yielded any result other than increasing bitterness and disaffection.

This is the point at which we must take up our precious Georgie bundle of enduring and admirable national qualities and legacies—creativity, diversity, generosity, resilience, energy and passion, among others—hoist it on our shoulders and set course for the future.
To make Trinidad and Tobago a better place, each of us must look at ourselves and then make a change—a “Man in the Mirror” approach. Our fortunes cannot improve unless we first take ownership of our part in creating the present malaise and make the necessary adjustments to our thinking, attitudes and behaviour.

Today would be a good day to set aside some time to envision and manifest our future. Imagine what we could achieve if, on their next working day, whatever their personal circumstances, every public servant, every journalist, every businessman, every police officer, every member of parliament, every CEPEP worker, began the day saying and meaning, “I am a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago. I have and I take direct responsibility for its affairs.” And went to their job with purpose, with pride, with integrity, with discipline, without cynicism, without hidden agenda, without bobol, without partisanship.

Try it for just one day to start, but this affirmation would require daily repetition until it becomes a personal credo. A serious commitment in homes, schools, offices, parliament and communities to turn our beloved country around accompanied by the necessary goodwill, patience and endurance can bring about sustainable change.

At times of national celebration such as this, we manage, if only temporarily, to put aside our differences of politics, faith, ethnicity and economic bracket to fully embrace our unique and special identity as Trinbagonians. Can we maintain that momentum?

Our national motto, “Together we aspire, Together we achieve” reminds us that the peace and prosperity we desire cannot be realised unless, though acknowledging our diversity, we come together as one—one people, one mission.

Today, we commemorate the events that took place on the stroke of midnight on the 31 August, 1962 when the red, white and black was raised to the tolling of bells and blaring of sirens. Later that day, Lord Brynner, winner of the Independence calypso competition, sang triumphantly:
“Because this is your land, just as well as my land
This your place and also it’s my place
So let we put our heads together
And live like one happy family
Democratically, educationally,
We'll live independently.”

Let us all join in the chorus. Happy Independence and May God bless our nation.

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HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND │ Meet Robert Young, Founder and Creative Director of the sustainable Caribbean fashion label, Th...
07/13/2022

HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND │ Meet Robert Young, Founder and Creative Director of the sustainable Caribbean fashion label, The Cloth, this Saturday, July 16th and Sunday, July 17th, from 1 - 7 pm, at Zawadi African Gallery and Boutique, Washington, D.C.

In commemoration of National Caribbean American Heritage Month 2022, the Embassy, Washington, DC, invites you to tune in...
06/22/2022

In commemoration of National Caribbean American Heritage Month 2022, the Embassy, Washington, DC, invites you to tune in to the 2nd edition of our ‘Story Slam’, airing this Sunday, June 26th, at 6PM (ET).

We look forward to having you join us on Facebook or on YouTube at TTEMBWASH!

This Saturday, May 7th, the Embassy of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Washington, DC, will take part in the Annual...
05/04/2022

This Saturday, May 7th, the Embassy of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Washington, DC, will take part in the Annual Passport DC Around the World Embassy Tour (AWET), from 10 am to 4 pm.

Passport DC is a month-long journey around the world, highlighting Washington, DC's diplomatic community and its varied cultures. Visitors to the Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago can expect to enjoy the sights tastes and sounds of our beloved Twin-Island Republic, including our world-renowned local street foods!

For more information on the Around the World Embassy Tour, or for a complete listing of other participating Embassies, please visit the following website: www.culturaltourism.org.

The Embassy looks forward to welcoming you, your family and friends on Saturday!

SAVE-THE-DATE: Join InvesTT and the Delegation of the European Union in Trinidad and Tobago for Episode 2 of the Trinita...
04/07/2022

SAVE-THE-DATE: Join InvesTT and the Delegation of the European Union in Trinidad and Tobago for Episode 2 of the Trinitario Cocoa Webinar Series 2022, on Wednesday, April 20th, from 10AM to 12PM (AST)!

Click here to REGISTER >> https://bit.ly/TrinitarioCocoaWebinar2

InvesTT and the Delegation of the European Union in Trinidad and Tobago, hosts of the Trinitario Cocoa Webinar Series 2022, will take a deep dive into the following featured topics at Episode 2 in the Series

◾ Value Proposition for Trinitario Cocoa

◾ Role of Universities in cocoa innovation and research

◾ Cocoa sustainability - 100 acre Cocoa Gene Bank in Trinidad

◾ Cocoa investors and Government incentives

◾ Trinitario organic cocoa farmers' cluster

◾ Trailblazing women cocoa entrepreneurs

◾ Opportunities in cocoa eco-tourism

REGISTRATION IS OPEN >> https://bit.ly/TrinitarioCocoaWebinar2

REMINDER: The Trinidad and Tobago Fashion Company Limited (FashionTT) will host its first Virtual Fashion Trade Mission ...
03/23/2022

REMINDER: The Trinidad and Tobago Fashion Company Limited (FashionTT) will host its first Virtual Fashion Trade Mission this Friday, March 25th, from 8AM to 5PM (AST)! To access the interactive virtual 3D platform, click on the following link, and enter your name and email address to gain entry to the Tradeshow and Exposition >>> https://fashionevent.virtex.in/login/.

Join the Trinidad and Tobago Fashion Company (FashionTT) for its first 3D Virtual Fashion Trade Mission, this Friday, Ma...
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Join the Trinidad and Tobago Fashion Company (FashionTT) for its first 3D Virtual Fashion Trade Mission, this Friday, March 25th, from 8AM to 5PM (ET)!

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A message from Her Excellency Paula-Mae Weekes ORTT, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, on the occasion o...
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A message from Her Excellency Paula-Mae Weekes ORTT, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, on the occasion of International Women’s Day 2022

Message from Her Excellency Paula-Mae Weekes ORTT, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for International Women’s Day 2022

It is undeniable that climate change is one of the greatest challenges of the modern era. Shifting weather patterns, rising sea levels, coastal erosion and pollution are among the many ills which threaten our way of life. While these problems can affect the entire global community, vulnerable groups, including women, tend to bear the brunt of its effects.
International Women’s Day 2022 with its theme “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow”, highlights the vital connection between gender, social equity and climate change. Existing social and economic inequalities exacerbate the effects of the climate crisis on the lives and livelihoods of women and girls and imperil the possibility of a sustainable and equal future. According to the United Nations, women and girls comprise 70% of the global poor and therefore depend more on, yet have less access to, the natural resources that are at risk of depletion or overexploitation, such as water, agriculture and energy. Although responsible for 50-80% of food production, women own less than 10% of the land and make up 80% of those displaced by climate-related disasters.
Given that women are disproportionately affected by the effects of climate change, their perspectives and experiences should form a major part of planning, policy making and implementation of climate mitigation strategies. Several outstanding women and girls have added their voice to the climate change debate and stepped forward as changemakers and advocates for action on climate change. Today, International Women’s Day, is the perfect opportunity to celebrate and thank them.
Swedish environmentalist Greta Thunberg has, since age 15, challenged world leaders to take decisive measures to reduce their carbon emissions, and inspired millions of young people to take up the cause for climate change. Isatou Ceesay is a Gambian recycling activist who has trained over 11,000 people to repurpose or ‘upcycle’ plastic bags into usable products and Nemonte Nenquimo has won protection for 500,000 acres of Amazonian rainforest from fossil fuel extraction. On the local front, we salute Molly Gaskin, co-founder of the Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust, whose work in environmental education earned her the Hummingbird Medal Gold in 1987; Akilah Jaramogi, co-founder of the Fondes Amandes Community Reforestation Project, which is a shining example of grassroots conservationism and our very own Girl Guides who have embarked on a three-year journey to become environmentally conscious citizens and leaders.
We honour these and the many other outstanding women and girls who have spearheaded sustainability initiatives and played a leading role in preserving the environment over the years. On this International Women’s Day 2022, let us do our part to champion the participation of women and girls in climate action in order to guarantee a brighter and more sustainable future for all.

To commemorate International Women’s Day (IWD) 2022, the Embassy, Washington, DC will host its 5th Annual IWD Panel Disc...
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To commemorate International Women’s Day (IWD) 2022, the Embassy, Washington, DC will host its 5th Annual IWD Panel Discussion and Dialogue, in partnership with the Women's Roundtable Action Platform (WRAP TT), on Tuesday, March 8th, at 5PM (EST). We invite you to join us for this live-streamed event on YouTube at ISMENA TT!

Meeting between Senator the Honourable Dr Amery Browne, Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, and Her Excellency Ute ...
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Meeting with Ambassador of Germany on the Situation in Ukraine

Meeting between Senator the Honourable Dr Amery Browne, Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, and Her Excellency Ute König, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Trinidad and Tobago, on the Situation in Ukraine.

PORT OF SPAIN: 24TH FEBRUARY, 2022The Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, Senator the Honourable Dr. Amery Browne, today 24th February 2022, met with Her Excellency Ute König, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to discuss the ongoing situation in Ukraine.Minister Browne and Ambassad...

12/24/2021

Prime Minister’s Christmas Message 2021

I extend Christmas greetings to all citizens of Trinidad and Tobago on behalf of the Government of the Republic, my own family, and myself, as Prime Minister.

Regardless of one’s religious beliefs, the spirit of Christmas reaches deeply into all our hearts, creating feelings of calm, giving, forgiving, contemplation, and brings out the best in us all.

It is a spirit which causes us to pause, savour the moments, show compassion and reflect on whether we have been “naughty or nice” over the past year.

Charles Dickens’ classic novel, “A Christmas Carol” is a great example. Using a fictional miser-businessman, Ebenezer Scrooge, it tells the story of the lessons, which we can learn at Christmas time about the mistakes and failures in our lives.

But this year, Dickens’ other novel, “A Tale of Two Cities” may be more appropriate, when he wrote about the best of times, the worst of times, the age of wisdom, the age of foolishness, the age of belief, the age of incredulity; the season of darkness, a winter of despair – and yet a spring of hope.

Dickens could have been describing the world we now know, which is in chaos and becoming smaller, because of technological advances, international trade, transnational relations and unique, even frightening challenges.

On the other hand, this has made us humans, closer, regardless of our differences. An increasingly interdependent and hugely interconnected world is, however, making each of us our brother’s and sister’s keeper. The Covid-19 pandemic, with its changing faces, has added to this chaos over the past two years, but it has caused us to begin to think about ourselves positively as one big human family, with each person holding a “universal responsibility”.

This does not negate the fact that we all hold Individual Rights, as citizens -- but it acknowledges the other, or neglected side of the coin that every citizen also holds equal Individual Responsibility for the care and safety of his/her fellow citizens in Trinidad and Tobago.

In this pandemic, all citizens, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, hold Rights and Responsibilities for, inter alia, the care and safety of each other in this country.

Over this season, we should not, at any moment, think about asserting our Rights, without acknowledging our Responsibility to the person standing within arms’ length and, overall, to the nation-State of Trinidad and Tobago.

Let us all believe in the indomitable human spirit and its limitless capacities, and believe that Christmas is a time for renewal, a time for each one of us to look inwardly, with the hope of ridding ourselves of the dark tendencies of rapacious individualism, selfishness, jealousy, and hatred.

Let us all in these testing times find it within ourselves the notes to sing “joy to the world” as a statement that we will overcome these challenges, buoyed up by this enduring of the Christmas spirit.

Even as we do this, let us spare a moment of reflection to remember all those families and communities who have experienced the loss of loved ones along the way and for whom the pandemic is more than the daily news but the source of the pain that they would continue to suffer.

We pray that they be comforted and strengthened as they overcome their grief.

Human civilisation was built on the basic values of love, compassion, decency, morality – all positive qualities. The season of Christmas is that moment we can renew those values and reveal further our true strengths, within.

Personally, I see the present chaos as additional challenges and the birthing of a new order in our nation’s journey. At this time, I hold out to our Nation that “Spring of Hope” which Dickens wrote about.

Merry Christmas to all citizens.

God Bless Trinidad and Tobago.

- Prime Minister Dr the Hon Keith Rowley

Dec. 17th - 19th: The Trinidad+Tobago Film Festival presents two films that explore the Trinbagonian culture of Parang M...
12/17/2021

Dec. 17th - 19th: The Trinidad+Tobago Film Festival presents two films that explore the Trinbagonian culture of Parang Music!

For more information, or to purchase tickets, please visit the following website: ttfilmfestival.com/watch.

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The Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs is in the process of finalising the development of a National Diaspora Polic...
12/15/2021
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The Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs is in the process of finalising the development of a National Diaspora Policy. Accordingly, comments from all members of the public and stakeholders on the draft document are welcomed.

COMMENTS ON DRAFT NATIONAL DIASPORA POLICY 10 December 2021 The Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs is in the process of finalising the development of a National Diaspora Policy. This is in keeping with the Government’s intention to engage the Trinidad and Tobago Diaspora and the wider Caribbe...

The St Joseph's Convent POS Alumni Association USA will host their 2nd Anniversary Virtual Celebration, this Saturday, D...
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The St Joseph's Convent POS Alumni Association USA will host their 2nd Anniversary Virtual Celebration, this Saturday, December 4th, from 6:00-7:00 PM (ET) / 7:00-8:00 PM (AST). The holiday themed virtual event will feature performances by Caribbean School of Dancing, Positive Vibrations Youth Steel Orchestra, and the Los Amigos Cantadores Parang Band. All are welcome to join using the following event link: https://youtu.be/T7_4faydezk!

This morning Dr the Honourable Keith Rowley, Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, and Mrs Sharon Clark...
11/30/2021

This morning Dr the Honourable Keith Rowley, Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, and Mrs Sharon Clarke-Rowley witnessed the declaration of Barbados as a Republic and the inauguration of the President of Barbados, Her Excellency Dame Sandra Mason.

Prime Minister Dr the Hon Keith Rowley and Mrs Sharon Clark-Rowley are greeted by Prime Minister the Hon Mia Mottley at this morning's ceremony to mark the Declaration of Barbados as a Republic and the Installation of the first President of Barbados.

Shubh Divali!
11/04/2021

Shubh Divali!

Greetings fellow citizens,

Today I bring you greetings on the celebration of Divali 2021 on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, my family and myself, as Prime Minister.

It is a significant commendation that as a people the centuries-old festival of Deepavali, now Divali, celebrated across India and other parts of the world, is observed in Trinidad and Tobago.

In contrast, in many plural societies around the world, dark clouds frequently ignite religious differences, tribalism, identity politics, ethnic nationalism, extremism, and violent conflict. Fortunately, in this country we consciously try to avoid such experiences.

To our credit, our society is identified by some indicators as among the happiest in the world, and we line up among the most successful multi-cultural and multi-religious peoples.

Trinidad and Tobago at its fifty-ninth year as an independent sovereign state, and its forty-fifth year as a Republic is identified as a people, a society, with much to be thankful for.

Yes, there have been challenges in our daily lives; protests, civil disturbances and unnecessary incitement, but our political system, although not perfect, has proven to be flexible, accommodating and resilient.

The Vedic traditions of Divali can be interpreted as a great confluence, a spiritual moment during which we can reflect on our individual lives.

This is the time in which we may see in the Deyas a symbolism of a triumphant light over the dark corners in our lives and our society; that moment in which we seek God’s purity, so it will overcome imperfection as his goodness overcomes evil.

Regardless of one’s religious affiliation Divali 2021 can be interpreted as another spiritual moment in which we can seek to purify ourselves. Let us use the experience of this moment of Divali to make progressive changes in our lives.

Let us become more cooperative, more forgiving of our fellow citizens, be more approving of sincere intentions, be more peaceful, selfless and non-judgemental. I appeal, as Prime Minister, for more politeness, courtesy and respect in all our interactions, with each other.

Overall, our country is at a vulnerable, crucial point in its history, yet as some may seek to exploit this moment for their selfish, personal agenda, your Government pointed out in Budget 2021 many indicators for opportunities and economic improvements on the road ahead.

Along with the Covid pandemic, this country faces other external challenges.

The decisions now being made at the UN Climate Change COP 26 in Glasgow, Scotland have the potential to affect us in very serious ways.

The international supply chain crisis which is currently disrupting all supplies is likely to be felt in your own food baskets here at home as it is around the world.

However, all of these challenges are being monitored by your Government and its experienced team of public service professionals.

Finally, I urge again that you use this day to explore your inner self, so that your personal, positive light will create a new mindset across Trinidad and Tobago so that our society will collectively engage the many hurdles that we are called upon to overcome.

Notwithstanding the changing circumstances we must continue to have confidence in ourselves with the fervent hope that we can succeed together.

I wish all citizens a Happy Divali.

In Celebration of Calypso History Month, join the Consul General of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, NY & Friends th...
10/29/2021

In Celebration of Calypso History Month, join the Consul General of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, NY & Friends this evening @ 6PM (EST)!

Zoom Meeting ID: 218 283 5041

You are invited to join invesTT for their upcoming Trinidad and Tobago Virtual Investment Forum, on November 2nd-3rd, 20...
10/27/2021

You are invited to join invesTT for their upcoming Trinidad and Tobago Virtual Investment Forum, on November 2nd-3rd, 2021.

To register, kindly visit the following website: https://bit.ly/TrinidadandTobagoInvestmentForum.

MEET OUR SPEAKERS!
With a full agenda confirmed for the 2 day virtual Trinidad and Tobago Investment Forum, we're excited to highlight some of our Forum speakers.
Be sure to join us on November 2nd and 3rd as we'll be discussing game-changing investment opportunities in Trinidad and Tobago!

Register for FREE >> https://bit.ly/3uYL21e

10/11/2021

REMINDER: Virtual Conversation in Commemoration of International Day of the Girl Child 2021, tonight at 5PM (EST).

Registration is still open at the following link: https://bit.ly/3FslVsO.

In commemoration of International Day of the Girl Child 2021, the Women’s Roundtable Action Platform of Trinidad and Tob...
10/07/2021

In commemoration of International Day of the Girl Child 2021, the Women’s Roundtable Action Platform of Trinidad and Tobago (WRAP-TT), in collaboration with Future Focus Empowerment Institute International, will live-stream an event under the theme, Girls Speak Out: A Virtual Conversation “Closing the Digital Divide to Accelerate Change”, on Monday, October 11th, 5PM (EST).

We invite you to register at the following link: https://bit.ly/3FslVsO.

Public Notice from the GoRTT Valuation Division. For more information, kindly visit the following website: www.valuation...
10/05/2021

Public Notice from the GoRTT Valuation Division.

For more information, kindly visit the following website: www.valuationdivision.gov.tt.


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To file returns online, download a form for physical submission, instructions and more information, please visit the Valuation Division’s website at www.valuationdivision.gov.tt

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REMINDER: The Trinidad and Tobago Fashion Company Limited (FashionTT) will host its first Virtual Fashion Trade Mission this Friday, March 25th, from 8AM to 5PM (AST)! To access the interactive virtual 3D platform, click on the following link, and enter your name and email address to gain entry to the Tradeshow and Exposition >>> https://fashionevent.virtex.in/login/.
Join the Trinidad and Tobago Fashion Company (FashionTT) for its first 3D Virtual Fashion Trade Mission, this Friday, March 25th, from 8AM to 5PM (ET)!
A message from Her Excellency Paula-Mae Weekes ORTT, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, on the occasion of International Women’s Day 2022
To commemorate International Women’s Day (IWD) 2022, the Embassy, Washington, DC will host its 5th Annual IWD Panel Discussion and Dialogue, in partnership with the Women's Roundtable Action Platform (WRAP TT), on Tuesday, March 8th, at 5PM (EST). We invite you to join us for this live-streamed event on YouTube at ISMENA TT!
Meeting between Senator the Honourable Dr Amery Browne, Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, and Her Excellency Ute König, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Trinidad and Tobago, on the Situation in Ukraine.
Dec. 17th - 19th: The Trinidad+Tobago Film Festival presents two films that explore the Trinbagonian culture of Parang Music!

For more information, or to purchase tickets, please visit the following website: ttfilmfestival.com/watch.
The Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs is in the process of finalising the development of a National Diaspora Policy. Accordingly, comments from all members of the public and stakeholders on the draft document are welcomed.
The St Joseph's Convent POS Alumni Association USA will host their 2nd Anniversary Virtual Celebration, this Saturday, December 4th, from 6:00-7:00 PM (ET) / 7:00-8:00 PM (AST). The holiday themed virtual event will feature performances by Caribbean School of Dancing, Positive Vibrations Youth Steel Orchestra, and the Los Amigos Cantadores Parang Band. All are welcome to join using the following event link: https://youtu.be/T7_4faydezk!
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