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Conflict Resolution Workshop For BCF Inmates

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The Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) will host a conflict resolution workshop on Thursday for fifty-four inmates.

The activity, which has received support from the St. Lucia Crisis Centre and the Department of Probation and Parole, will demonstrate how conflict management makes a difference.

Organisers say the theme for the programme is: ‘Making A Positive Difference To The Well-Being And Lives Of Men And Boys.’

The BCF is hosting the event as part of International Men’s Day observances.

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The facilitators are St. Lucia Crisis Centre Counsellor Faith St Catherine, Turning Point Social Worker Bradley Joseph, Probation Officer Geof George, Parole Officer Samuel Antoine, and Programme Officer Substance Abuse Secretariat Caleb Paul.

The workshop begins at 10:00 am.

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  1. I need conflict resolution to deal with the bank on Bridge facing the Boulevard…card theft is on the rise and the banks can’t even be bothered to assist making easier for the criminals to get away with their crimes because they frustrate you very step of the way. You are treated .ore like a criminal than a victim. People use credit unions or put your money under the bed like long ago because putting it in the bank is just as risky as keeping it at home. I’m fed up.

  2. I hope there is a resolution for Mr Director to handle the female staff with care. The last time he was Director he made a mess with them I hope that does not happen again.


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