Repatriation of offshore finance to onshore: transnational legal orders & Cayman Islands experience

A webinar hosted by the Cambridge Socio-Legal Group. May Hen-Smith is a PhD student in Sociology at Cambridge. She is a former tax collector from Canada Revenue Agency and studies offshore financial centres. She is also co-founder of the Cambridge Tax Discussion Group, a student-led discussion group which began in 2015 and continues to meet … Read more Repatriation of offshore finance to onshore: transnational legal orders & Cayman Islands experience

Cruise ships kept sailing in the Caribbean, even as signs of sickness spread

As the coronavirus outbreak was spiraling into what became a pandemic and cruise ships began to report confirmed exposures, thousands of tourists continued to visit one of the most popular cruise destinations: the Caribbean. The $100 billion cruise industry transports some 30 million passengers around the world every year, an industry trade association said, with … Read more Cruise ships kept sailing in the Caribbean, even as signs of sickness spread

International Women’s Day Centenary Celebrations 2011

March 8th 2011 marks the centenary of the very first International Women’s Day which was inaugurated on 19th March 1911 in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. On that day, more than one million women and men attended IWD rallies campaigning for women’s rights to work, vote, be trained, to hold public office and end discrimination. … Read more International Women’s Day Centenary Celebrations 2011