Brusheildon

Muzzled Media and Backtracking

Over the past week Guyana’s media corps – well some of it – has been fuming over reports that the Prime Minister’s Office will overlook the daily headlines of the Guyana Chronicle – a claim which has been sternly denied by the Office of the Prime Minister. This of course, according to the report will… Continue reading Muzzled Media and Backtracking

Terrence

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

Brusheildon

The truth about racism – Expectations of a Unity Government

The answer would be some pretty negative shit that we as humans have no need for? Why the big hue and cry over who is black and who is Indo and who is in power? Guyanese feel that because “a black man in power” Afro-Guyanese will be granted certain privileges? F**k NO! The respect I have for this man the person I think he is. Such a thought doesn’t sit well with me.

Derwayne

How Youth Participation Revolutionised Guyana’s Politics

This post was written by Derwayne Wills. It was first published on UNICEF’s Voices of Youth on May 11, 2015.  Like a phoenix reborn from the ashes of a J.K. Rowling novel, old perceptions of youth in Guyana will burst into flames to make way for a rejuvenated, politically-conscious generation. A generation that isn’t afraid to… Continue reading How Youth Participation Revolutionised Guyana’s Politics