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WATCH: Parenting Campaign Launched To Combat Crime

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Saint Lucia has launched an Island-Wide Positive Parenting Campaign to Combat Crime and strengthen family support systems.

The initiative is the third sub-component of the Ministry of Equity, Social Justice and Empowerment’s Crime and Violence Interruption Programme (CVIP).

SOURCE: Ministry of Equity, Social Justice and Empowerment

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  1. Excellent…it appears that the authorities are taking notes from the comments made on social media platforms. We have long called for an initiative that tackles the family structure because that is the level at which it all begins..in the home. Start in the home. If you can have functional families, you will have functional societies…. excellent, well done.

  2. Unfortunately too little too late to blame Our children, we should blame the slave wages system, the parents are at work very early and back home too late,I doubt very much that is any time left to raise a decent human being ..
    The pay scale must be addressed ASAP.

  3. Good luck with that because the cows not coming home anytime soon
    What’s more needed is parenting class because good perents will bring forth good offsprings just like farmers sow good seeds on good grounds will bear good fruit but when ypu have the opposite dish tash dish tash all fall down

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