The National Women’s Commission in partnership with the Embassy of Mexico in Belize, launched the #LifeinLeggings Exhibition on Thursday December 7, 2017 at the Mexican Cultural Institute, Belize at 7:00 pm. This is in commemoration of the 16 Days of Activism – “Leave No One Behind – End Violence against Women and Girls.”
Calling ALL High Schools Girls to participate in this competition.
Guidelines are: Picture must be accompanied by a short paragraph with words of no more than 100
Must include contact information: Name, Age, Class and School
Deadline for submission is November 10, 2017
16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence
November 25-December 10, 2017
Theme:”Leave no one behind-End violence against women and girls”
An impressive gathering of women leaders in Belize including: CEO, Judith Alpuche, 1st woman Governor of the Central Bank of Belize, Joy Grant, Specail Envoy for Women & Children, Kim Simplis Barrow, Speaker of the House, Laura Longsworth, U.S. Embassy’s Public Affairs Officer, Natella Svistunova, Political/ Economic Chief, Beverly Mather-Marcus and Charge d’ Affaires, Adrienne…
The User- Friendly Version of The Revised National Gender Policy
Theme: What is Gender?
|“Aware that both gender-based violence and domestic violence are crimes against the state, government must exercise a ZERO-TOLERANCE approach to violence against women and girls in light of Belize’s ratification of Belem do Para”.
“Empowered Women: Empowering Women”
For Meaningful Change!
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What are the SDG?…Do you know?
World leaders have an unprecedented opportunity this year to shift the world onto a path of inclusive, sustainable and resilient development”
– Helen Clark, UNDP Administrator.
Free Movie: (ADULTS ONLY) For Colored Girl who Have Considered Suicide when the Rainbow is Enuf. 5:30P.M. at the Leo Bradley Library on Princess Margaret Drive. Sponsored by the Nat’l. Library Service.