STRESS the importance of implementing measures to promote security, continuing efforts through regional integration mechanisms and funding national and regional public security bodies in the Caribbean; “We must therefore take the opportunity of this 38th meeting of the conference to invoke both the spirit of the Grand Declaration and the collective experience of the past twenty-eight years to reassess our approach to the environment in which Caricom must continue to pursue the ideals of the CSME,” said Prime Minister Mitchell. He said the CSME`s deepening of partnerships has made it possible to “urgently dissipate with the `reflex` nationalist reaction in exchange for higher community ideals in some key areas.” Ms. Shirley Pryce, Jamaican, received the CARICOM Triennial Award for Women for her commitment to women`s and trade union rights, and in particular to the rights of domestic workers at the national, regional and international levels, as exemplified by ilo Domestic Workers Convention 189 of 2011. Signatures The Conference adopted and opened for signature the Agreement establishing the Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CEEHRC) and the CARICOM Arrest Warrant. The following Member States sign: CARICOM Arrest Warrant Treaty (CAWT) Dominique Grenada Guyana St. Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Agreement Establishing the Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CEMR) Barbados Belize Dominica Grenada Guyana Jamaica St Kitts and Nevis St. Lucia St. Vincent and the Grenadines Suriname Other instruments signed Belize also signed the Protocol amending the Caricom Convention on Social Security and the amendment of Annex III to the Agreement in relation to the operation of the Caricom Development Fund (SFAO). St. Kitts and Nevis and Suriname signed the Protocol amending the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas listing the National Security and Law Enforcement Council (CONSLE) as a community body and the Crime and Security Enforcement Agency (IMPACS) as a community institution.
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