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J’can males speak of their challenges in tertiary education

The graphic on the book cover, a silhouette of a young male overlaid with stark, bold lettering that reads ‘MALES’, is as intriguing as the data it presents about the reality of young men’s lives in Jamaica and their attitudes to and challenges in achieving tertiary education.

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October 21, 2020

Beyond the numbers – the substance of women’s representation

Eighteen women have been elected to Parliament. Compared to 2019, this is a 50 per cent increase of women in the Lower House. This comes at a time of historic and drastic decline in citizen participation in the electoral process; a narrowing of representativeness across parties; and continuing economic and health crises, including from COVID-19.
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October 16, 2020

Denying women the right to terminate pregnancies is violence against women

Parliament is not the Church. It is a place where representatives of the people are supposed to represent the people.


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October 15, 2020
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