Monthly Archives: August 2019

Policemen can be charged for contravening Sexual Offences Act


THE Sexual Offences Act provides for police officers to be charged if they fail to institute charges against a suspect three months after a complaint was made, and if they delay in seeking advice from the Director of Public Prosecutions. … Continue reading

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NGO to continue advocacy on suicide and violence


Stabroek News, Guyana, August 26, 2019: The Caribbean Voice (TCV) is set to take part in an annual anti-violence candlelight vigil on World Suicide Prevention day, September 10th, to play their part in the prevention of suicide under the theme … Continue reading

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Teen with cerebal palsy is newest member of The Caribbean Voice; receives new walker


Seventeen-year-old Davindra Bridgmohan of Endeavour Canal No. 1 is the newest member of the Caribbean Voice organisation and will be a spokesperson for the said organization. He will be attending a number of functions to give motivational talks and to … Continue reading

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“Voices Against Violence” Candle Light Vigil To Be Held Countrywide


First launched under the umbrella Voices Against Violence in 2016 the candlelight vigil over the past three years has amassed a number of organizations and special interest groups. Normally held on September 10 which is World Suicide Prevention Day, it … Continue reading

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Caribbean Voice to take domestic violence campaign countrywide


The Caribbean Voice (TCV) is seeking to mitigate the growing rate of domestic violence with campaigns throughout each administrative region in Guyana while providing community counsellors for long-term assistance. This was shared on Wednesday by Managing Director Bibi Ahamad as … Continue reading

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Reggae artiste supports suicide prevention campaign


Reggae/dancehall artiste G Mac has joined Guyanese entity The Caribbean Voice (TCV) on its suicide-prevention campaign. The project aims to create awareness around the issue of suicide. According to the artiste, the growing suicide rate across the region has become … Continue reading

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J’can musical star Gmac Citylock joins local suicide prevention campaign


Jamaican reggae and dancehall star Garfield Mclean — known professionally as Gmac Citylock — has joined The Caribbean Voice’s (TCV) suicide prevention campaign as a spokesperson. Gmac joins a number of other media and entertainment stars on TCV’s team of … Continue reading

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