Males across the Territory were encouraged to seek regular medical advice especially during the COVID-19 pandemic as the Territory observes Men’s Health Week this week.
The Office of Gender Affairs is calling for peace in households as the Territory prepares to enter into a 6 day, 24-hour curfew with the resulting lockdown.
Presentations were made to 8th Grade female students at the Elmore Stoutt High School as the Office of Gender Affairs celebrated women in male dominated careers in observance of International Women’s Day.
Last Sunday was international Women’s Day. The first International Women’s Day was celebrated in 1908 when a group of 15,000 women marched on the streets of New York, demanding their rights.
The Office of Gender Affairs will be highlighting the importance of job inclusiveness in keeping with this year’s International Women’s Day theme ‘I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women's Right’.
Legislators, public officers, community leaders and students assembled November 25 to observe International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls in the British Virgin Islands.
A Male Empowerment Session is scheduled for men and boys on November 19 to mark the first observance of International Men’s Day.
The staff of the Ministry of Health and Social Development is photographed wearing shades of purple in a stance against domestic violence.