Ms. Nelcia Robinson is a national of St Vincent and the Grenadines, is of Garifuna descent and is Coordinator of the Caribbean Organization of Indigenous Peoples. She has extensive experience in community development and knowledge of social issues in the Caribbean.
Ms. Nelcia Robinson is Coordinator of the Caribbean Association for Feminist Research and Action (CAFRA) and of the Caribbean Gender and Trade Network. A Kellogg Fellow, Ms. Robinson has majored in International Development. She has wide experience in researching the social impact of trade agreements on Caribbean people and Caribbean women especially. She has also been actively involved in activities for the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action at local, regional and global levels. Ms. Robinson is a community educator, lobbyist and researcher. Her special focus is human rights and economic development.
She is currently Chairperson of the Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC), a network of non-governmental organisations in the English, Spanish, French and Dutch-Speaking Caribbean.