Message from the The Trustees
The BFUWI is the focal point for fund-raising for the UWI in the United Kingdom and is managed by a Board of Trustees whose key responsibilities are to direct the affairs of the BFUWI, ensure that it is solvent, well-run, and meets the needs for which it has been established . The BFUWI complies with charity law and with the requirements, reporting and otherwise, of the Charity Commission. As Vice Chancellor of the UWI, I am proud to serve as one of the Trustees. On behalf of my fellow Trustees, I wish to assure you that we are all committed to discharging our responsibilities with the utmost responsibility and diligence. Professor E.Nigel Harris
Upcoming conferences - Reparations for Caribbean Slavery
The British Foundation for The University of the West Indies (BFUWI) in collaboration with the Institute of the Americas, University College London,will host its third Dr Eric Williams Panel Discussion on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
Past conferences - Beyond Remittances and Tourism: What Future for the Caribbean Economy
The British Foundation for The University of the West Indies (BFUWI) in collaboration with the Institute of the Americas, University College London, held its second Dr Eric Williams Panel Discussion, ...
CARIBBEAN DIASPORA (UK)
The Caribbean Diaspora in the United Kingdom number about 1 million people across 3 or 4 generations. Most live in the main urban metropolises of London, Birmingham, Manchester and cities across the length and breadth of England, Wales and Scotland ...