The Bureau of Gender Affairs is inviting persons to submit nominations for its activity, Celebrating 50 years of Gender and Development.
The activity, which was launched on Tuesday at the Bureau???s International Women???s Day Celebrations, seeks to recognise and honour persons who have made significant contributions to Gender and Development in Barbados.
Celebrating 50 years of Gender and Development gives Barbadians the opportunity to select 10 Barbadian nationals over the age of 18, who they believe have made a significant impact on gender justice in Barbados, to be featured in a documentary.
The documentary will highlight the work of the Government of Barbados, the Bureau of Gender Affairs and those who have contributed to the development of gender equality, equity and social justice.
Interested persons must complete a nomination form which indicates the issue addressed by the nominee, and also provide a statement of recommendation.
Forms are available from and must be returned to the Bureau of Gender Affairs, 6th Floor, Baobab Towers, Warrens, St Michael or emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Saturday, May 14, 2016.