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www.stabroeknews.com, 12 Aug 2000 [cached]
Joseph, a former lecturer in history at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica, former high commissioner to Zambia and the United Kingdom and a former Head of the Presidential Secretariat under the Desmond Hoyte administration, has authored a publication on the Guyana/Venezuela border controversy.Caesar noted, too, that using the same material provided by Joseph the ministry has engaged another person to reproduce the information but in another form which will target children at all levels of the education system as well as the general public, especially young people.The new publications, he said, would contain graphics and be of a cartoon-style book.The ministry through the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) is also planning to promote awareness of the issues through a series of videos in the school system.We are going to push this in such way to attack all the senses, he said, adding that we promise to look at it in video-form because that is critical..The video production, he said, will highlight Guyana's borders and the difficulties the country is experiencing as it relates to them.Patriotic songs will also be instilled at the nursery level.A programme being developed by the Allied Arts Unit of the Ministry of Education for this purpose is to be implemented during the current academic year. (Miranda La Rose).Not his date : None of the young ladies in this photo of Tuesday's bachelor's auction in yesterday's edition of Stabroek News was Graham Fraites' date as implied in the caption.His date was actually behind this group and is not seen in the photo.
safraz.guyana.org, 21 June 2000 [cached]
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www.guyanachronicle.com, 10 Nov 2001 [cached]
Civil Servants thoroughly disagree with the views expressed by a former Head of the Presidential Secretariat Mr Cedric Joseph as reported in the Stabroek News on Friday April 6.
www.britain-inguyana.guyana.org, 21 June 2000 [cached]
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