Tag Archives: Violence

Domestic Violence Not To Be Taken Lightly By Members Of The Public

Local Police have been reminded of their responsibility to follow up on reports of domestic violence, and to take steps to prosecute the offenders, once the necessary investigations are completed. The reminder came from Minister responsible for Gender Affairs, Frederick Stephenson this week. Minister Stephenson gave the reminder, in a message to mark the International… Continue Reading →

Gwyneth Cambridge Appeals For Stopping Violence Against Children

The Ministry of Education is appealing to everyone in St. Vincent and the Grenadines to do all within their power to assist the nation’s children in achieving their dreams. This appeal was made by Senior Education Officer Responsible for Early Childhood Education, Gwyneth Cambridge as the nation today joins the rest of the world to… Continue Reading →

National Council Seeks To End Violence Against Girls And Empower Them

The President of the National Council of Women Beverley Richards has called on all sectors of society to speak out against violence against women and girls. Miss Richards made the call, as St. Vincent and the Grenadines join the international community in observing the International Day of the Girl Child today. The day is being… Continue Reading →

Girlyn Miguel And Violence In The Education System

Minister of Education, Girlyn Miguel, said greater efforts must be made to eliminate violence from the education system in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Minister Miguel spoke on the issue, as she delivered a radio address to mark the start of Child Month 2014, which is being observed this month under the theme: Tolerance today… Continue Reading →