Youth On Their Way To Becoming Bilingual

Youth On Their Way To Becoming Bilingual

(Stock Photo) Seventy Barbadian youth, aged 7 to 11, started their journey to becoming bilingual yesterday. This was facilitated through a new initiative of the National Library Service, in partnership with the Embassy of Argentina, called Online Conversational...
Government Not Giving Up On Unemployed Youth

Government Not Giving Up On Unemployed Youth

(Stock Photo) Government will not be giving up on its unemployed youth! This was emphasized today by Minister of Labour and Social Partnership Relations, Colin Jordan, at the official opening of the first training workshop, for 60 youth under Government’s Job Start...
Prime Minister’s 2030 Vision For Our Children

Prime Minister’s 2030 Vision For Our Children

Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley speaking at a recent lunchtime lecture at St. Mary’s Anglican Church. (C.Pitt/BGIS) By 2030, every child under the age of 18 in Barbados must be fully prepared to live lives which will help to unleash this country’s greatest potential....
Youth Empowered To Live The Barbadian Dream

Youth Empowered To Live The Barbadian Dream

Minister of Youth and Community Empowerment, Adrian Forde, speaking at the closing ceremony for Creativity for Employment and Business Opportunity (CEBO), an initiative which provides training to unemployed or “at-risk” youth in seven regional countries. (GP) An...

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