- Children Rights in the Bill of Rights?
- Why rights are Fundamental
- Why rights are universal
- Absolute and qualified rights
The following articles were written by representatives of the Human Rights Committee
- Preamble to the Constitution - Part 1
- Striking the Balance in a Bill of Rights Charter - Part 2
- The Balance of Power - Part 3
- Checks and balances - Part 4
- Independence of the Judiciary and the Civil Service - Part 5
- Accountability through Freedom of Information - Part 6
Constitution in Modern Times
- Part 1 - The Cayman Islands, a Colony of a Colony
- Part 2 - Bucking the Trend and Who to Join? 1944 to 1955
- Part 3 - The Cayman Islands and the West Indies Federation 1959 to 1962
- Part 4 - The First Cayman Islands Constitution 1959 to 1962
- Part 5 - Our Resolution to Remain British!
- Part 6 - The 1972 Constitution – A quest for internal self control?
Our Constitutional History
A Historical Journey of the Constitutional Development of the Cayman Islands
This six part series is a chronology of our constitutional and political developments as a Territory of the United Kingdom from 1850 to 1972 taken primarily from the local history text “Founded Upon the Seas, A History of the Cayman Islands and Their People”.
Last Updated: 2007-07-17