The Cayman Islands Constitution (Amendment) Order 2016

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CARIBBEAN AND NORTH ATLANTIC TERRITORIES The Cayman Islands Constitution (Amendment) Order 2016

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Cayman Islands Constitution Order 2009

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CARIBBEAN AND NORTH ATLANTIC TERRITORIES The Cayman Islands Constitution Order 2009

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Know Your Constitution

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Learn more about YOUR Constitution!

Constitutional Negotiations

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Constitutional Negotiations: Access unedited recordings of the negotiations between the Cayman Islands and the UK.

Realisation of Human Rights in the UK Overseas Territories: Synthesis Report

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This report (dated January 2003) is the result of research on human rights carried out in a number of Britain’s Overseas Territories (OTs) by Social Development Direct (SDDirect) on behalf of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and the Department for International Development (DFID).

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Press Release on Anti-Bullying Day 2017

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The Human Rights Commission supports the United Nations’ recognition of 4 May as Anti-Bullying Day, a part of its campaign to protect children from violence. The Commission has identified bullying as one of the key issues which it wishes to address in 2017.

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Past, Present and Future

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Simplified text accompanied by illustrations of the Bill of Rights, Freedoms and Responsibilities.

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Human Rights Essentials (for Places of Detention)

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Since coming into being, the Human Rights Commission has spent a considerable amount of time addressing issues related to persons who are detained by the Cayman Islands Government...

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Anti-bullying: A Guide for Students, Parents and Teachers

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The Human Rights Commission has identified bullying as one of the key issues it wishes to address in 2017. A report by the UN Secretary General found that childhood bullying was related to two attributes of the UN’s global development agenda: creating high quality education through the promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence (Goal 4), and promoting peaceful societies by ending child abuse, trafficking, and other forms of violence against and torture of children (Goal 16).

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