Monthly Archives: July 2016

Voices Against Violence – National Anti-Violence Vigil


“Voices Against Violence” is an attempt to get communities across Guyana involved in anti-violence activism, while fostering the concept of communal action for community well being. This candle light vigil, set for World Suicide Prevention Day, September 10, 2016, is … Continue reading

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TCV Launches Community Outreach and Students’ Self Esteem Workshops


In its continuing efforts at suicide prevention, The Caribbean Voice launched its community outreach and students’ self esteem workshop in Demerara in April. The community outreach is geared towards reaching out to communities from where suicide emanates and within which … Continue reading

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Suicide and the Young


By now the general consensus globally is that suicide prevention is a holistic endeavor and that any missing link in the chain will certainly significantly impede efforts to save lives. Within this context the work done in schools and, among … Continue reading

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Depression – The Silent Killer


For the average onlooker, it often takes a giant leap of perception and intuition to begin to understand the maze of darkness for which suicide seems a welcoming beam of light for someone suffering from depression. The seeming external calm … Continue reading

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Barrels of Liquor Flowing at CPL? What’s Wrong With This Picture?


To say that we at The Caribbean Voice are aghast that barrels of liquor flowed at CPL matches at the National Stadium would be an understatement. We do understand that the liquor companies are businesses that must do promotion and … Continue reading

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