Pause For Prayer To Curb Violence

Pause For Prayer To Curb Violence

At midday on Friday, all of Barbados is being invited to pause for one minute to pray for peace in response to the spate of violence currently being experienced. The initiative, which has as its theme Pause for a Cause, is being spearheaded by the Ministry of People...
Public Urged To Share Information With Police

Public Urged To Share Information With Police

Commissioner of Police, Tyrone Griffith, has called on Barbadians to be civic minded and share whatever information they can with the police. Mr. Griffith made this call recently, during a press briefing at Parliament, after Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley chaired a...
Ministry’s Statement On Increasing Violence

Ministry’s Statement On Increasing Violence

Statement by Ministry of People Empowerment & Elder Affairs on Increasing Violence The Ministry of People Empowerment & Elder Affairs registers its dismay at the prevailing spate of violence in the society as Government designates February 2 and 3, 2019 a...
Prime Minister: Gun Violence Has To Stop

Prime Minister: Gun Violence Has To Stop

It has to stop!  This is Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley’s clear message about the lawless behaviour and gun violence in society. Ms. Mottley made her thoughts known on Sunday evening when she sat down with veteran journalist David Ellis for a wide-ranging 90-minute...
Minister Promises To Combat School Violence

Minister Promises To Combat School Violence

The Ministry of Education, Technological and Vocational Training will be drawing on the expertise of a number of professionals to deal with the problem of violence in schools. Addressing the opening of the Barbados Association of Principals of Public Secondary...

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