Welcome Delegates to UN Corruption Seminar – Barbados

Barbados Free Press welcomes delegates to the United Nations Corruption Seminar being held this week at the Accra Beach Hotel and Resort. The seminar is being held to discuss the ratification of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, and is organised by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

For the first time, our logs are showing web visitors from the Accra Hotel, so we presume they must be delegates to the seminar. Some have even arrived after Google-searching terms such as “political corruption barbados”, “owen arthur” and “sustainable tourism barbados”.

(As an aside – it is interesting that a Google search for just the Prime Minister’s name “Owen Arthur” results in a Barbados Free Press article as hit number 14 out of over 5 million hits!)

So welcome, and here are a few of our posts that might interest you…

Anti-Corruption Seminar in Barbados… How Appropriate!

Cricket World Cup 2007 Prepares for Muslim Terror Threat – But Anti-U.S. Bias Weakens Security Effort

Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur: His Secret Bank Accounts, Stock Portfolios

Barbados Greenland Landfill Tenders: Let The Graft Begin!

Barbados Garbage Crisis, Rats and Leptospirosis – When Will The Government Act?

Barbados Tender Process Corrupt?

Prime Minister Owen Arthur Opens a New Can of Paint – To Cover Old Corruption

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2 responses to “Welcome Delegates to UN Corruption Seminar – Barbados

  1. Pingback: Barbados Free Press » Blog Archive » UN Hosts Corruption Seminar in Barbados… How Appropriate!

  2. I always wondered how it took place. Why would someone go to the extreme though…