Just after sunrise, before Craig Village really wakes up, I like to walk about our yard looking at nani’s flowers. Nothing reminds me of home, of Guyana, of family and life and happiness more than the sight of this flower.
Sara Bharrat is a Democracy & Governance professional and communication consultant. She has over ten years of experience in media and communication and over 7 years of civil society service. Sara has served as the Vice President of Transparency Institute of Guyana Inc. (Transparency International), supported the initial set-up of the Electoral Reform Group and has been recognized for her writings on race, identity and politics in Guyana. Currently, she is reading for her Master’s in Electoral Policy and Administration (MEPA) and is committed to learning about electoral reform processes and frameworks. View all posts by Sara Bharrat