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ACMF Giving Tuesday

Dear Friends,

At this most challenging time in the Caribbean, especially following devastating hurricanes of 2017, the region needs a hand-up. More than ever before, we need to ensure that there are educational opportunity to empower folks to be able to help themselves, and ways to sustain Caribbean economies.

And, education is the best way to a promising and sustainable future. 

That's why we are reaching out asking you to support our end-of-year drive by participating in #GivingTuesday (November 28th), a global day dedicated to giving.  Your support helps us provide scholarships for students preparing to work on ships, not only as hospitality support, but as engineers and captains.

Join the drive and help us meet our #GivingTuesday goal of $5,000!

Read more: ACMF Giving Tuesday

OUT NOW – Issue 32, October 2017

From the CSA president, David Jean-Marie

Strengthening maritime cyber security and preparing for the future

Today’s maritime industry, like most other global industries, relies heavily on information technology solutions across virtually all fronts. These solutions require a global interface and networking capabilities through the internet, which expose companies operating in shipping to the risk of serious cyber attacks.

Read more: From the CSA president, David Jean-Marie

PROFILE: Lludelis Espinal

Sea trade ‘is way forward for our nation'

Maritime lawyer sees better times ahead for Dom. Republic – and for women.

Lludelis (Judy) Espinal is president of Santo Domingo-based E&M International Consulting and one of the Caribbean’s foremost maritime lawyers and policy makers. As well as heading up E&M she is founder and president of the Dominican Republic chapter of the Women International Shipping & Trading Association, professor of law of the sea at the Naval Academy of the Dominican Republic Navy and founder and secretary of the Fundación Tito Mella. She spoke to Caribbean Maritime about her life, her work and her interests outside the maritime and legal sectors.

Read more: PROFILE: Lludelis Espinal

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