As CARICOM countries work towards the goal of vibrant societies as a platform for the creation of resilient economies, incoming CARICOM Chairman and Prime Minister of Barbados, Freundel Stuart, says it is the people of the Caribbean who will be at the centre of this initiative.
United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon, received a first-hand account of the design and layout of the Hastings Rocks today, during a tour of the area, ahead of the official opening of the 36th Regular Meeting of the CARICOM...
Barbados remains committed to a zero tolerance policy on all forms of violence against women and children. Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development, Steve Blackett...
Barbados today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with UN Women, to boost efforts to end gender-based violence and give women greater access to justice.
United Nations (UN) Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, today got an idea of the progress Barbados was making in its renewable energy sector during a tour of Caribbean LED Lighting at Lower Estate, St. Michael.
When Caribbean leaders start their 36th Regular Summit in Barbados today, under the theme CARICOM: Vibrant Societies, Resilient Economies, they will have a packed agenda.
The United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, arrived in Barbados late last night for two-days of intense discussions, and to participate in the 36th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government...
Forty-five secondary students who recently graduated from a course in Adolescent Media Training have been urged to view it as part of life-long learning.
The Commonwealth Secretariat is moving ahead with plans to set up a Centre of Excellence for Small States. This was disclosed by outgoing Commonwealth Secretary General Kamalesh Sharma...
Government is acutely aware of the need to strengthen the capacity of this country to not only manage risk, but also to deal with disasters.
Come forward and speak out! That’s the advice of Attorney General, Adriel Brathwaite, to possible victims of human trafficking, regardless of whether they are Barbadian or not.
An extension is being sought from the Inter-American Development Bank for the Enhanced Continuous Labour Force Sample Survey which is currently being conducted.
Students who are actively engaged and who are able to contribute meaningfully to school life are rarely involved in negative behaviours.
The Counselling and Placement Centre of the Barbados Community College (BCC) is once again inviting members of the surrounding communities to a three-day seminar from Wednesday, July 22, to Friday, July 24.
A meeting between the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), the Barbados Investment and Development Corporation (BIDC) Board and the recently retired BIDC workers has not yielded an amicable solution.
Barbados has high expectations for results emerging from the upcoming Conference of Parties (COP 21) meeting slated for December in Paris.
Commonwealth Secretary General, Kamalesh Sharma, is looking forward to the Heads of Government Meeting schedule to start tomorrow, Thursday, July 2.
The Winston Scott Polyclinic received another piece of medical equipment from the Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) last Monday, bringing to a total of over $250 000 in donations to that institution over the last year.
Registration is now on for the National Council for Science and Technology’s (NCST) annual Science and Technology (S&T) Summer Camp.
The Community Development Department will be hosting an Information Technology Summer Teens programme (ITS For Teens) beginning on Monday, July 13.