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Aims and Objectives of the Committee
The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica has invited the Dominica Academy of Arts and Sciences (DAAS) to consult with Dominicans at home and abroad in order to prepare a Policy Paper for Government's consideration on relationships between Dominica and its nationals abroad. (See Letter of Endorsement).
In general, the Paper will address, among other things:
All Dominicans, at home and abroad, are invited to submit comments and ideas on these and related matters by August 31st, 2004 by letter or e-mail to one of the contacts indicated below. Names and mailing addresses of contributors are requested
In addition, all overses nationals are requested to complete this questionnaire.
Consultations are planned with individuals and groups during August and September at the following locations: Roseau (Dominica); U.S.V.I.; New York (USA); Washington (USA); Toronto (Canada); Hamilton (Canada); Montreal (Canada); London (England). Expressions of interest for similar consultations in other locations are welcome.
Let us all seize this opportunity to make a Difference
W.R.Franklin Watty (Chair),
453 Anndale Road , Waterloo, ON., Canada, N2K 2E3
Dr J. Davison Shillingford,
5528 Crispin Way, West Bloomfield, MI, USA, 48323
Dr Leroy W. Mitchell,
Ms. Mona George-Dill,
Springfield Estate, Commonwealth of Dominica