Premier and Minister of Finance, Honourable Andrew A. Fahie is appealing to abusers in the Territory to stop committing the heinous act.
The staff of the Ministry of Health and Social Development is photographed wearing shades of purple in a stance against domestic violence.
Residents of the Virgin Islands are invited to wear purple on Thursday, October 31 as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month activities.
Pictured is a scene from a recently held two-day workshop for officers at the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force on the Domestic Violence Act, 2011...
Residents of the Virgin Islands are invited to wear purple on Wednesday, October 31 as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month activities.
Residents of the Virgin Islands are encouraged to wear purple on Wednesday, October 31 as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month activities.
Persons advocating against domestic violence are being urged to put action to their words.
Domestic Violence Awareness Day will be celebrated on October 27 as efforts continue to reduce the occurrence of domestic violence locally.
Virgin Gorda residents joined in solidarity for an awareness walk last weekend to remember the late Zabrina O’Neal who lost her life due to domestic violence.
The Office of Gender Affairs joined forces with the Royal Virgins Police Force, the Social Development Department and the Family Support Network (FSN) for a series of domestic violence sensitization sessions.