March 18, 2018

On political posters, banners and lawfulness…Between these lines

By Glenn Tillett: (I wrote this essay earlier today and was contemplating releasing it. I do not wish in any way to promote the continuation of [...]
March 14, 2018

Belize~ How to reduce the crime rate

By Richard Harrison: The crime rate in Belize is far way over and above where Belizeans want it...it now has the fifth highest murder rate in [...]
March 13, 2018

Belize – Analysis of National Budget 2018

By Richard Harrison: On Friday, March 9, the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Hon. Dean Barrow, presented the forecast estimates of the national budget for [...]
March 8, 2018

It’s International Women’s Day- A call for action

By Lisa Shoman:Happy International Women’s Day to all my sisters! Today is not only an occasion to CELEBRATE YOU, but also to reflect, and more importantly, [...]
February 17, 2018

What Rubin “Hurricane” Carter& Malcolm X can teach us about Breaking ” Learned Helplessness”

By Charles Leslie Jr.: On July 25, 2016, I wrote this article “Learned Helplessness Is Inhibiting The Second Belizean Revolution”.
February 13, 2018

Road policing or rogue policing?

By Lisa Shoman:  It happened around 4 pm, last Thursday afternoon on Cran Street on Northside Belize City. A police pickup stopped three (3) high school [...]
February 11, 2018

Maya communities on the brink of food shortage due to climate change

By Valentino Shal: The village of San Benito Poite has found itself in desperation as acres of corn and beans have been washed away by unexpected [...]
February 8, 2018

Kaya Cattouse – My perspective on cycling in Belize

By Kaya Cattouse: What do you do when the federation that governs your sport seemingly only seeks to be in office just to have it on [...]