ILO Caribbean Resilience Project

ILO and SALISES-UWI virtual research presentation and panel discussion on labour markets and resilience in the Caribbean

The research is part of on-going collaboration with SALISES-UWI, and IDB, and is financed within the framework of the ILO’s Caribbean Resilience Project.


The International Labour Organization (ILO) Office for the Caribbean is pleased to host a virtual presentation and panel discussion of recent research on Labour markets and resilience in the Caribbean. The research is part of on-going collaboration with the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES), The University of the West Indies (UWI), St. Augustine Campus; and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and is financed within the framework of the ILO’s Caribbean Resilience Project.

In this virtual event, three regional and international researchers who were successful in bidding for the ILO’s research grant, will present the key findings of their research and participate in a moderated discussion with ILO, UWI and IDB officials. Contributions and questions from the public are encouraged.

The final research will be shared at the 21st Annual Conference of the SALISES, carded for later this year.

Date and time

29 May 2020 @ 10.00 am Eastern Caribbean Time

How to attend?

The event will take place via Zoom technology. You must pre-register to receive an invitation to attend.

The Zoom meeting room will open at 9.00 am (ECT) on 29 May 2020, one hour before the event starts.  Participants can join early to iron out any connectivity issues that they may experience.

Participants will be able to post their questions and comments to the panelists via CHAT option only (microphones will be disabled).