To honor the 50th anniversary of women being able to vote, the month of November is being celebrated as National Women’s Month.
President of the DNA Women’s Alliance, Prodesta Moore states that, by signing on and ratifying the CEDAW back in 1993, The Bahamas made commitments to the international community and the Bahamian people which it has failed to uphold.
The Post Office Department will issue new postage stamps in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Women’s Suffrage Movement on Wednesday, October 10.
The year’s final segment of Cia Monet’s Beauties A Brunch will take place in Nassau on October 14th and will honour the three female captains at Bahamasair.
Krishanna Higgs, who turned 22 in April, went missing early last year, not long after she travelled to Grand Bahama from New Providence with her three-year-old daughter on January 12, 2011.
The Hispanic Women’s Club of the Bahamas donated $10,000 to assist Bahamian women in the fight against breast cancer and to save lives.
Domestic violence/relational disputes account for 25 per cent of the murders committed in the Caribbean, with about 1,200 reported cases of domestic violence annually within The Bahamas.
The Vatican recently initiated a major reform of women’s religious in America, meant to ensure nuns’ fidelity to Catholic teaching in areas including abortion, euthanasia, women’s ordination and homosexuality.
Mr Christie’s hypocrisy in dismissing women’s rights and pushing through a gambling referendum is unforgiveable.