Afra is a Professional Fellow of the RICS and the Managing Director of Raymond and Pierre Limited (raymondandpierre.com)
He also contributes to the press and broadcast media in Trinidad & Tobago and the Caribbean. His special areas of interest include Real Estate, Property Development, Land-Use Planning, Property Taxation,
Property Financing and the 2009 bailout of the CL Financial group.
His work can be found online at afraraymond.net
Afra is past-President of the Institute of Surveyors of Trinidad and Tobago (2009-2010) and Immediate past-President of the Joint Consultative Council for the Construction Industry (JCC), having served betweenDecember2010andNovember2015.
School of Government and USIU-Africa, funded by the Open Society Initiative, East Africa. He is among the architects of the 'African Potentials' project with the African and Asian Area Studies Department, Kyoto University, Japan. Collaboration between Japanese and African scholars exploring African old and new initiatives in solving conflicts/encouraging negotiation and peace.
Administration and Public Policy at Kenya School of Government, Nairobi (formerly Kenya Institute of Administration). He has worked as a consultant for Centre for Human Rights and Policy Studies (CHRlPS), Open Society, Pax for Peace (Pax Christi), Small Arms Survey, Danish Demining Group, DANIDA, Netherlands Development Agency (SNV), AMREF, Saferworld, ITDG, IRG and African Peace Forum, and lectured in MS Training Centre-Arusha.
His papers have been published in The Round Table: a quarterly review of the politics of the British Empire, African Studies Review, Review of African Political Economy (ROAPE), Nomadic Peoples, African Affairs, and Crime, Law and Social Change.
the first Caribbean Law Enforcement Conference, sponsored by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service in 2014.
Dr. Stanislas was the Senior Policy Advisor for Bedfordshire Police for strategic development and organisational performance for over a decade, and the first person in the country employed in this capacity by a British police service. His primary role was supporting the Chief Constable and his senior command team to develop effective strategies. Dr. Stanislas's success in this role led to Her Majesties Inspectorate of the Constabulary (Home Office) nominating him to become an instructor at the prestigious Bramshill Police Staff College, where he taught on the Senior Command and Commonwealth Senior Command Course for chief officers.
run by De Montfort University's Community and Criminal Justice Department in the UK.
He has written numerous publications which include his most recent book Public Corruption, Regional and National Perspectives on Procurement Fraud co-authored with Professor Petter Gottschalk (Norway) published by Taylor Francis. He also wrote the bestselling International Perspectives on Police Education and Training. This text has recently been translated in Turkish due to the Raoul Wallenberg Institute (Sweden), who is leading police and criminal justice reform in Turkey. Dr. Stanislas' book is a core text in the training of the Turkish police and criminal justice professionals.
which has resulted in an extradition request from Jersey to Kenya and significant recovery of assets.