Trinidad and Tobago is a multiethnic country, consisting of two main islands, and peoples from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. This twin-island republic located at the southern end of the chain of islands in the Caribbean, has been independent since 1962 and is populated by approximately 1.3 million people. Trinidad and Tobago has a wide variety of festivals, ethnic organizations, religions, and social organizations, all of which are the subject of this category.
A listing of prominent Caribbean people including actors, athletes, authors, government officials, performing and recording artists, including a selection of links specific to Trinidad and Tobago.
Database of online development policy, practice and research documents, searchable by sector or keywords. Includes index to British Library of Development Studies printed material.
Features Trinidad music, carnival, customs and social events and includes a Caribbean chat room.
Pictures of women in Trinidad and Tobago.
Ancestral home of the Capildeo family. Offers photos of the property, history of the family and home, restoration story, photos and a short biography of the sons and heirs, family photo gallery and contact information.
Annual event to preserve their oral, musical, dance, cultural, and culinary traditions. Covers events such as the Ole Time Wedding and the Miss Heritage Personality competition, event calendar, pictures, and news items.
Features articles on historical, political, and scientific topics to reveal what has been lost, hidden, distorted or misunderstood.
Features photos and listings of current social and cultural events in Trinidad and Tobago.
2008 report on the current status of human rights practices including human freedoms, civil liberties, political rights, international investigations, discrimination, worker rights, child labor and working conditions.
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