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Expectations of the New Government: The Reduction of Sexual Violence is a Battle We Must All Fight

It is said that the success of a Government and by extension the development of a nation can be measured by the way the most vulnerable citizens are treated. The elderly, children, and women are often times if not always a part of the nation’s vulnerable citizens. As such, as we prepare to usher in… Continue reading Expectations of the New Government: The Reduction of Sexual Violence is a Battle We Must All Fight

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The #IAmApolitical Youth: A deterrent to the development of a nation

There is a startling number of Guyanese who refuse to acknowledge an important aspect of our culture which is our politics. The refusal to identify with Guyanese politics has contributed significantly to the decay of the political landscape of Guyana. In my opinion, many Guyanese avoid politics and political conversations in an attempt to pacify

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University of Guyana Students a Microcosm of Guyanese People

Have you ever noticed that in our everyday conversations with friends the frequency with which we often contrast ourselves to other Caribbean nations as soon as a topic emerges on national issues? At some point in our lives we have all heard or even made the statement “Guyanese people are too passive!” and sometimes this… Continue reading University of Guyana Students a Microcosm of Guyanese People