Anguilla Country Conference 2017back to stories
The Anguilla Revolution was a response to social and economic realities. The uprising was concerned with removing administration by St Kitts, to ensure that Anguilla experienced meaningful social and economic development. It was a watershed in the forward movement of Anguillian people. The memory of the Anguilla Revolution continues to fuel the desire of Anguillians to create other watershed events in Anguilla's development.
Presentations must engage substantially with the theme and maintain a focus on processes or mechanisms for national, community, personal and global development, as well as political and social maturity and improvement in the quality of life through revolution, innovation, transformation, and change management. Dimensions of revolution, innovation, incremental and radical change may be discussed in the context of politics, economic and socio-cultural development, technology, law and the environment among others.
Written By: ALS