Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Trinidad and Tobago wins at UNESCO Executive Board election

President of the Trinidad and Tobago National Commission for UNESCO and Minister of Education, Dr Tim Gopeesingh; Chair of the Commission, Dr Kris Rampersad, Secretary General, Ms Susan Shurland and Permanent Repersentative of Trinidad and Tobago to UNESCO Ambasssador John Sandy,  at the UNESCO General Assembly in Paris, France. Trinidad and Tobago received the highest number of votes for the Executive Board of UNESCO among the Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC) of countries. Six members of the group were elected to serve on the board, including Trinidad and Tobago, Belize, and St Kitts/Nevis in the Caribbean- sub-region and Argentina, San Salvador and the Dominican Republic of Latin America...

Caption: President of the Trinidad and Tobago National Commission for UNESCO and Minister of Education, Dr Tim Gopeesingh; Chair of the Commission, Dr Kris Rampersad, Secretary General, Ms Susan Shurland and Permanent Repersentative of Trinidad and Tobago to UNESCO Ambasssador John Sandy,  at the UNESCO General Assembly in Paris, France.
See www.kris-rampersad.blogspot.com