Through research, this paper will offer an in depth analysis of The Bahamas and the International Government and will elaborate on the struggles that the Bahamian populace had to endure to create an identity, and find its place among the many countries of the world. In addition, it is expected to identify the historical, economic, and social impacts that shaped The Bahamas as we are today, The afore mentioned elements will be further illustrated to clearly define the Bahamas Government yester-year to the present time.
The Bahamas is an archipelagic nation that spans some 1000’s of miles across the Atlantic Ocean. It is comprised of over 700 islands, including rocks and cays. Its closest ...view middle of the document...
Those that settled the latter called themselves Lucayans. The "Lukku-cairi" or island people, as they called themselves, but Christopher Columbus called them Lucayans. They were the first settlers. Originally, from South America, they meandered up through the Caribbean and finally arrived in The Bahamas around the Ninth Century AD. Known as Arawak’s, they are also called "Lucayans" and "Indians"- a label bestowed by Columbus, who mistakenly thought he found the East Indies when he dropped anchor in San Salvador in 1492.
On April 27, 1965 The Bahamas had a date with destiny no longer will they sit back and allow the privileges few to decided what is best for the majority a few good men decided that enough was enough and decided that the majority voice will be heard no longer will we be second class citizen in our own county but we will stand up and fight for what is our birth right. There were places in this country that Bahamian was not allowed to go. You had to leave school at the age of 14 and go join the working class scrubbing floor for the rich white folks but today even though we have grown as a country we or not judge by the color of our skin but the content of our character there are still some areas that we can do better in but we have come a long way in being liberated. The United States established diplomatic relations with The Bahamas in 1973 following its independence from the United Kingdom. As a neighbor, The Bahamas and its political stability are especially important to the United States. The U.S. and the Bahamian Government have worked together on reducing many social ills of The Bahamas.
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There are numerous organizations that The Bahamas joined to better itself and its people I will discuss a few of them and share why they make the Bahamas a better place to live. And the advantages they bring to The Bahamian populace. According to (W.I.P.O) World Intellectual Property Organization, a treaty was sign in December 13, 2006. Convention on the rights of person with disabilities allowing person with disabilities to have equal rights as person that don’t have disabilities it states that: Recognizing that the United Nations, in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in the International Covenants on Human Rights, has proclaimed and agreed that everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth therein, without distinction of any kind and that Reaffirming the universality, indivisibility, interdependence and interrelatedness of all human rights and fundamental freedoms and the need for persons with disabilities to be guaranteed their full enjoyment without discrimination.(W.I.P.O).
Historically, the issue of disability and the experience of people with impairments have been considered and examined from the point of view of something connected only with individuals regardless of the society they are living in. In the early 90’s person with disabilities did not have a voice. If you...