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Welcome to new Heads of the Gender Department

2015-06-24T14:55:35Z

In this issue of Gender Dialogue, we wish to congratulate Ms. Ingrid Charles- Gumbs, St. Kitts and Nevis; Ms. Miriam Roache, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Ms. Lera Pascal, Saint Lucia, on the assumption of the positions of heads of the national machineries in those countries. One of the purposes of this newsletter is networking and we are therefore providing some information on these three new officers, in our ‘Profiles of the new Heads of the national machineries for women’. We have also invited some of the “older hands” to share some of their experiences as head of national machineries and to give some advice. We are grateful to have received contributions from Ms. Anita Zetina (Belize) and Ms. Sheila Roseau (Antigua and Barbuda). We note that Ms. Jeannie Ollivierre, a long serving coordinator of the Women’s Bureau in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, has now retired from the public service and we wish her all the very best. Ms. Bernadette Springer of Saint Lucia is now the Administrator of the Gros Islet Polyclinic and Ms. Rosalyn Hazelle has been promoted to Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Social Development in St. Kitts and Nevis.

.--Home.--Welcome to new Heads of the Gender Departments.--Profiles of the new Heads of the national machineries for women.--Welcome to new Heads of the Gender Departments - Experience Talks.--Interview with Professor Rhoda Reddock.--Thirty-third Meeting of Presiding Officers focuses on poverty and on gender mainstreaming.-- Social Services and the Law.--Listening to the Youth: Structure and volition in the study of juvenile delinquency in Trinidad and Tobago.--Improving our understanding of Domestic Violence.--Recent publications.--Upcoming events.

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