Since I am penning my 50th blog post I was compelled to write a blog in the interest of women in my country though many of the issues I touch on are applicable to women everywhere. I now address my sisters no matter where you are, but especially the women I live among.
At this time in the history of our country, we are all looking forward to a new Guyana. We are hopeful for a new political culture and political system that must evolve into a cooperative, integrated one. We hear, discuss (if at all) and read about the each of the parties’ vision for the country including economic and social development. But what about women’s development, what about their vision for us?
The 2012 budget debates offer a unique opportunity to scrutinize their respective agendas and disappointingly, we have hardly featured. What is interesting is that the parliament of…
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