October 28, 2020

THE REDISTRICTING CASE: PEACE Movement attorney says fight continues

He expressed it this way: “The people of Belize are deserving of free and fair elections; those elections serve the democracy; the democracy does not serve [...]
October 28, 2020

THE REDISTRICTING CASE: Acting Chief Justice sets out reasons for the decision

She said she was “persuaded by the abundance of case law provided, which includes Privy Council and Caribbean Court of Justice decisions, that this court does [...]
October 2, 2020
UDP Belize

The United Democratic Party remains committed to inclusion and diversity!

Paid Contribution: The UDP was established during a time when there was virtually a one-party rule in Belize. Opposition to the PUP was not tolerated and [...]
October 1, 2020

BELTRAIDE and creative sector organization to host copyright webinar for music artists

The session, titled "The Copyright Law of Music Business," is being held on October 8, from 4 p.m to 5:00 p.m.
September 23, 2020
Dr Simeon Coc

Dr. Simeon Coc: A Proud Son Of The South

Paid Contribution: Dr. Simeon Coc is a proud son of the South. A hero for many who have invested their all into their children’s education to allow [...]
September 6, 2020

Why are repatriated Belizeans being forced to hotel quarantine when they can do so at home?

August 11, 2020

National Student Union becomes latest member of Trade Union Congress, pledges to uphold social justice advocacy

The NSUB, which now has access to all the rights afforded to other NTUCB members with the exception of voting, notes that the membership is historic [...]
August 3, 2020

Sedi Elrington criticizes government for failing Belize City’s youths

According to Elrington he has not seen "any proposal or project come forward to treat the root cause of the problem" which he claims is poverty [...]