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World Day of Social Justice is Good Time for Reflection on Children’s Rights in Guyana

Zenita Nicholson By Zenita Nicholson, Guyanese mother, advocate and Secretary on the SASOD board of trustees Annually, World Day of Social Justice is commemorated on February 20. This year, I feel the Day can be acknowledged by highlighting the monumental work of Guyanese groups advocating to advance human rights protections and social justice of all citizens, particularly our vulnerable children.  

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OPINION: Region 10- Guyana gov’t talks

by Region 10 Chairman, Sharma Solomon. The Negotiation Team of Region Ten is scheduled to meet with Central Government’s Negotiation Team shortly. This meeting comes after the Region held engagements with the residents on the status of the August 21, 2012 Agreement which culminated with a community meeting at the old Palm Tree Cinema, Wismar,  attended by 5000 plus residents.

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There has to be another way- Roman Catholic Bishop

by Roman Catholic Bishop, Francis Alleyne. Ten children in a mini-bus commuting from Georgetown to home in Diamond are delayed in traffic for hours and witness fire, and confrontation between police and civilians; they hear verbal threats and harsh language.  They are scared, tired, hungry and in tears.  There has to be another way.

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OP-ED: International Day of the Girl Child

US Ambassador Brent Hardt with a group of Guyanese girls. by US Ambassador to Guyana, Brent Hardt. Last year, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution to declare today’s date as the International Day of the Girl Child to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges they face around the world.  This resolution also seeks to galvanize global commitments ...

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Jagdeo- Guyana’s Putin

by Political Oracle History is dominated with a plethora of acknowledgment and myriad examples of the concept “true power lies behind the throne”. Most astute politicians will endeavour to try to achieve the skills to be a “king maker rather than a king”. The term “secret president” is not so mundane in our daily political discourse, but the concept was ...

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History will venomously condemn Ramkarran if he returns to PPP

by Political Oracle If Ralph Ramkarran decides to return to the Peoples Progressive Party, his political reputation will be damaged. The confidence the Guyanese people have in him as a decent individual and a person who can improve the socio-political conditions in Guyana will be tarnished. Indeed, his profile as an alternative to President Donald Ramotar will be drastically diminished from that ...

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