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Ambassador Gerardo Maloney

Wrong Ambassador Gerardo Maloney?

Sociologist

University of Panama
 
Background

Employment History

  • Professor of Sociology
    University of Panama
  • Position, Caribbean Development
    CCC
7 Total References
Web References
Victor Boa Interview Part 1 « Soundway Records
www.soundwayrecords.com, 4 Oct 2010 [cached]
His particular flavor of jazz was called "Tambo Jazz," and was the subject of a 1992 documentary of the same name by University of Panama sociologist Gerardo Maloney.
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Professor Maloney's documentary "Tambo Jazz", which screened in New York City in 1992, was a first step in the process of shedding light on the rich history of jazz music in Panama.
WELCOME - Caribbean Conference of Churches
www.ccc-caribe.org, 1 Jan 2006 [cached]
In welcoming Ambassador Maloney to the General Secretariat, Mr. Granado expressed the CCC's commitment to strengthening cultural ties with Panama and other Central American countries where the CCC's membership is located.
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Previously a professor of sociology at the University of Panama before his ambassadorial appointment, Ambassador Maloney has a deep interest in the area of culture.
It was also noted by the General Secretary that Ambassador Maloney was instrumental in co-ordinating the cultural extravaganza at the CCC 7 th General Assembly which was held in June of 2005 in Panama City, Panama.
After introduction of the staff of the General Secretariat, a DVD giving an overview of the organisation's work was viewed by Ambassador Maloney and CCC Staff.
This sparked quite a lively conversation between the Ambassador and the Staff. His Excellency indicated that he looked forward to working with the CCC whose role in Caribbean development he is well aware of.
He also expressed interest in collaborating with the CCC in the areas of social justice and moral re-awakening which he emphasized is of critical importance to the development of the region at this time.
In this regard, he felt a deep sense of importance being at the CCC discussing ways for continued collaboration.
Ambassador Maloney further added that he saw great possibility for collaboration in many of CCC's programmes including Disaster Management - Mitigation, Preparedness and Response, Drug Demand and Reduction and Crime.
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Further to this, Ambassador Maloney also spoke of plans currently underway for the development of a language center in Panama.
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In his closing statements to CCC's management and staff, Ambassador Maloney said that: "I wish to let all at the CCC know that at the Embassy of Panama you always have a friend."
This was received with lusty applause from the CCC Staff who returned the heart-felt sentiments.
Panama Ambassador visits CCC
Ambassador Maloney is presented with a package containing printed and audio visual materials on the work of the CCC by Allison Bidaisee, CCC Associate General Secretary (Ag.) Organisational Development, Planning and Administration.
Catholic News :: weekly newspaper of the Archdiocese of Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
www.catholicnews-tt.net, 5 Feb 2006 [cached]
In welcoming Ambassador Maloney to the General Secretariat, Mr Granado expressed the CCC 's commitment to strengthening cultural ties with Panama and other Central American countries where the CCC 's membership is located.
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Previously a professor of sociology at the University of Panama before his ambassadorial appointment, Ambassador Maloney has a deep interest in the area of culture.
It was also noted by the general secretary that Ambassador Maloney was instrumental in co-ordinating the cultural extravaganza at seventh General Assembly of the CCC held in June 2005 in Panama City , Panama .
After introduction of the staff of the General Secretariat, Ambassador Maloney and CCC staff viewed a DVD giving an overview of the organisation's work.
This sparked quite a lively conversation between the ambassador and the staff.Ambassador Maloney indicated that he looked forward to working with the CCC whose role in Caribbean development he is well aware of.
Ambassador Maloney is presented with a package containing printed and audiovisual materials on the work of the CCC by Allison Bidaisee. Looking on at the presentation, at right, is CCC general secretary Gerard Granado.
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Ambassador Maloney is presented with a package containing printed and audiovisual materials on the work of the CCC by Allison Bidaisee.
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Ambassador Maloney further added that he saw great possibility for collaboration in many of CCC 's programmes including disaster management - mitigation, preparedness and response, drug demand and reduction and crime.
Regarding the issue of crime, Ambassador Maloney shared the success of a UNESCO-sponsored programme in Jamaica for inner-city boys who were trained in acting and drama and were also exposed to the technical aspects of that industry such as lighting and camera operation.
The result, he added, was a sense of empowerment as they produced films about their own life stories.Continuing in this vein, Mr Granado informed Ambassador Maloney of the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the CCC and UNICEF Regional Office on November 15, 2005.
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Further to this, Ambassador Maloney also spoke of plans currently underway for the development of a language centre in Panama . This is with a view to having Caribbean people going to Panama to study Spanish.
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In his closing statements to CCC 's management and staff, Ambassador Maloney said: "I wish to let all at the CCC know that at the Embassy of Panama you always have a friend."
The late great Victor Boa
www.thepanamanews.com, 15 Feb 2005 [cached]
His particular flavor of jazz was called "Tambo Jazz," and was the subject of a 1992 documentary of the same name by University of Panama sociologist Gerardo Maloney.
Said sociologist Gerardo ...
www.ticotimes.net, 17 Aug 2012 [cached]
Said sociologist Gerardo Maloney: "The role that workers played, as well as their descendants, has not been taken into consideration, even today," and many continue living in poverty, despite the millions of dollars generated by the canal they helped build.
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