BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, MARCH 8TH 2012 (CUOPM) – A call for women and girls to protect their dignity, self-respect and honour has come from St. Kitts and Nevis’ Minister of Gender Affairs, the Hon. Marcella Liburd.
Basseterre, St. Kitts, 8 March 2012: Today, March 8, 2012, marks this year’s celebration of the 101st Anniversary of International Women’s Day.
Roseau, Dominica -- A superb knock by Merissa Aguilleira took West Indies Women to a hard-fought victory over India Women in the third T20 International at Windsor Park on Wednesday.
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis – Two young women, both employees at a lotto outlet owned by Stewart Jeffers, were robbed at gunpoint on Sunday night.
Calls for global mobilization and commitment to women’s rights as political and economic changes continue worldwide
Bridgetown, Barbados – The West Indies Cricket Board’s Selection Panel today named a strong team to face India in an eight-match series next month. The Windies will host the Indians in three One-Day Internationals and five T20 Internationals between February 18 and March 4.
BRADES Montserrat - Women on Montserrat had the opportunity during the month of July, to engage in discussions with Associate Professor and Coordinator for Africa and International Studies at the Kentucky State University, Dr. Cynthia Lyn Shelton. These discussions she said were instrumental in helping her “find out more about women’s group on Montserrat and how they better the world here”. She explained that “the information garnered will be used as a comparative study later on”.
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis – Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph Parry who is also the leader of the Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) told reporters shortly before the nomination of candidates on Monday that the Concerned Citizens Movement leaders lied by quoting him out of context.
The sole female candidate in Nevis local elections, Patricia “Patsy” Hanley who is seeking to unseat Opposition Leader and Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) leader, Hon. Vance Amory, opened a constituency office on Monday, but will women in Nevis rally behind her to bring the level of women’s participation in politics to a higher level?
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis – The Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph Parry, told Nevisian women to allow their voices to be heard.
Premier Parry was the featured speaker last Thursday at a ceremony hosted by VOW at the Red Cross Building. The event was held to recognise women for unselfish work in various fields and contributions to nation-building on Nevis.