This paper explores how various dimensions of social capital have evolved and been influenced by institutional dynamics in Saint Lucia's domestic agri-food system.
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How do stakeholder interactions influence national food security policy in the Caribbean? : the case of Saint Lucia
In Saint Lucia monocrop (banana) plantation agriculture for commodity export continues to dominate the national and regional agricultural psyche, with minimal policy attention being directed towards developing more locally-oriented food systems inPublished dateMonday, January 2, 2017 - 00:00
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A systemic lack of access to finance, markets, and knowledge networks is limiting smallholder innovation potential in the region, while broader collective action is hindered by mistrust.Published dateThursday, January 1, 2015 - 00:00
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APC 1990-2010 Celebrating Twenty Years Networking Online for Social Justice and Sustainable Development
The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) is a global network of networks of social activists that began in 1990 to provide communication infrastructure and collaboration in the non-profit world, focusing on peace, human rights and thePublished dateSaturday, January 2, 2010 - 00:00
Transparency of legal procedures is one of the tenets of a well functioning democracy. Until the arrival of the Internet, legal professionals and the public could only obtain primary sources of law through packages sold by commercial publishers.