International Country Workshop — Social Protection in Mauritius: International Frameworks and National Policies

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

Impact of Biometric Technologies on Mauritian Society

Biometric technologies have, somehow, controlled and influenced the every day life of Mauritians. Whether its adoption in personal and business transactions, security, law, enterprise or e-government, the advantages and usefulness of biometrics seem to have been decisively recognised in the Island. This article aims to discuss the impact of biometric technologies on the Mauritian society.… Read More

Do Mauritians Have A Private Life?

Almost every single day we are reminded just how little control we have left over our private lives and issues regarding our privacy. This, to a large extent, has to do with the fact that our lives have gone from being traditional reality-driven ones to digital and virtual ones thanks to the advancement of the… Read More