Colours rule over us… From the blood of terrorism’s victims To the mehendi of the bride From the injury of domestic violence To the flavour of our cone From the political party’s banner To the flag of Mauritius From the pain of menstruation To the pleasure of masturbation From the effects of climate change To… Read More
On 17 and 18 October, the Ministry of Social Security, National Solidarity and Environment and Sustainable Development in collaboration with the University of Mauritius, SASPEN and FES organised the “International Country Workshop — Social Protection in Mauritius: International Frameworks and National Policies” at the Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel, Caudan, Port Louis, Mauritius. On this occasion, I, as… Read More
17 September 2018 To, Mr Nad Sivaramen Director of Publications La Sentinelle Dear Mr Sivaramen, I write to you concerning the article published in L’express on 13 September 2018, entitled “Certificat non délivré: Krishna Athal fait l’objet d’une Precautionary Measure”.
As austerity measures deepen, are big businesses unwittingly contributing to social injustice? If so, who will fill the gap they are leaving? Recent political and financial events have seen businesses retrench, dig in and attempt to ride out the storm. To many, this suggests that the corporate world is being indifferent to its social responsibility.… Read More