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Submission Tips:

  1. When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organization.
  2. When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.

Thank-you for your cooperation.

The Websites for a wide array of organizations are included on this page, from social and cultural associations, to community organizations, sports clubs, to professional associations.
Please submit only Personal Pages: pages about any Trinidadian and Tobagonian involved in the Arts and Entertainment arenas, whether in music, dance, writing, painting, sculpting, poetry, acting, and like areas of endeavour.
This category comprises the Websites of prominent Trinidadians in the Arts and Entertainment arenas.
Please submit only those sites that have a large content focused on religion and spirituality, or that are church Websites, and from or about Trinidad and Tobago.
This category is set aside for all Websites from and/or about Trinidad and Tobago that have a primary interest and content focused on churches, religion and spirituality. Examples of such sites would include the Website for a Church, a site describing a particular faith and its practices, a site dealing with religious interpretations and religious texts, or personal sites dealing with dreams and revelations. The category is quite open and welomes a broad range of sites.

This category is for websites related to
Labour Issues in Trinidad and Tobago.

Websites in this category must be in English. Bilingual ones may be submitted here as well as to the appropriate World subcategory.

The ODP does not list redirection or vanity urls. Please submit the url of your server.

Submissions for sites under construction will be deleted.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Include only those sites that deal directly with labour issues in Trinidad and Tobago, such as trade union sites, resources on industrial relations, employers' organisations, human resources management, and employment.
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