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BET.Com:-Dallas employees of PricewaterhouseCoopers, the company Botham Jean worked for before he was killed in 2018, entered a bus decked out with virtual reality headsets, touchscreen tables and cameras that contained content aimed at helping them recognize their own unconscious bias. According to the Dallas Morning News, the bus has been touring America since November […]

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Press Release:- The Champions for Change initiative was born out of a need to build social resilience throughout the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). The project seeks to help reduce overall crime and violence at the school level so that these incidences are curbed before students reach adulthood. It has been implemented before at the secondary school level, […]

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(GIS) — The Champions for Change initiative was born out of a need to build social resilience throughout the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). The project seeks to help reduce overall crime and violence at the school level so that these incidences are curbed before students reach adulthood. It has been implemented before at the secondary school ...

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CARICOM Today:- The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat, with the support of the European Union (EU), is working assiduously to address negative manifestations of masculinity that are attributed to Gender-Based Violence in society. The EU’s support has allowed the CARICOM Secretariat to facilitate robust discussions which have interrogated gender stereotypes and inequalities in Jamaica, Guyana, and Trinidad […]

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Chopping victim Maygan Pascal is supporting a September 22, 2019 women’s walk against violence planned for the community of Soufriere. Pascal was attacked on her way home last month by an assailant at Town Extension, Soufriere resulting in her hospitalisation. Currently back home and in good spirits, the former beauty pageant contestant told St Lucia Times […]

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