Sunity Maharaj

Sunity Maharaj

Managing Director at Lloyd Best Institute of the West Indies

Company:
Lloyd Best Institute of the West Indies

General Information

Experience

Head of News and Current Affairs  - News and Current Affairs

Group Executive for Editorial and Content Development  - One Caribbean Media Limited

Head of News and Current Affairs  - TV6 Limited

Education

B.A. Degree  - Communications and Social Sciences , 

Affiliations

Board Member  - CCN Group of companies

Recent News  

Sunity Maharaj, well-known journalist and Managing Director of the Lloyd Best Institute of the West Indies will deliver the keynote address entitled: Moral Courage and Accountability.

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Sunity Maharaj
Copyright, Sunity Maharaj Sunity Maharaj Sunity Maharaj is the Managing Director of the Lloyd Best Institute of the West Indies, and the former Editor-in-Chief of the Trinidad Express, News Director of TV6 and Group Executive for Editorial & Content Development at One Caribbean Media.

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Sunity Maharaj
About Sunity Maharaj Sunity Maharaj Sunity Maharaj is a journalist with 38 years of experience and the managing director of the Lloyd Best Institute of the West Indies. She is a former Trinidad Express editor in chief and TV6 head of news. Sunity Maharaj talked about women's rights. The only fault I can find with Sunity is her belief that we, as a people, can hold more than one issue in focus. Most people commenting here have disabused me of the notion that T&T is deserving of such optimism. Sunity got lost. What she is saying is that she supports gender bias, but only against men. Not because Sunity Maharaj said it means that I should give a damn. She said and I quote "We cannot speak out about Ms Gomes without appreciating the value of speaking out against the atrocities of the Remand Yard prison and the rights of all prisoners to due process; the right of the disabled to enjoy the rights available to all; the right of workers, including domestic workers, to fairness; the right of women to have power over their own bodies; the right of children to be loved, respected, cared for and protected; the rights of detained migrants; the right of all to love and be loved and to have their love respected in law, regardless of gender.

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