Judith Wedderburn, Director

Judith Wedderburn, Director
Judith Wedderburn, Director

Judith is also the Caribbean Representative to the Boards of a number of international organizations such as MATCH International, Ottawa, Canada and the Foundation for International Training (FIT), Toronto, Canada.

Her research and publication activities include: Trade, Integration and Gender (prepared for the CRIES Network, Managua, Nicaragua, 2001); The Gender Implications of Trade Policies in the Caribbean with special reference to NAFTA (UNIFEM 1998); Social Reproduction and Unpaid Work (Background paper for the Gender Chapter of the Jamaica Human Development Report 2000); Poverty Eradication Programmes in a context of Negative Growth and High debt: The Case of Jamaica 1995-2000; Globalization and Governance (with Bridgette Levy, for UN ELAC, 1999); A Caribbean Reader on Development (editor, 1999); Crime and Violence: Causes and Solutions (co-edited with Peter Phillips,1988); Integration and Participatory Development (editor, 1990). Rethinking Development (editor, 1991); “Integracion, cooperacion y coordinacion en el Caribe in Cambio de Paradigmas en America Latina: Nuevos impulsos, nuevos temores, edited by Mols, Hengstenberg, Kohut, Sandner and Sangmeister); The Limits of Political Sovereignty: A Review of the Jamaican Experience, 1989-1991 (co-edited with Anthony Bogues, 1994)) and Organizations and Social Actors in the Regionalization Process in Elements of Regional Integration: The Way Forward Ian Randle Publishers, Kingston, Jamaica, 1998.

Judith speaks and writes Spanish reasonably well.