p.c.w news

Lord High Admiral Vernon Watson, OBE; you will be missed

We have lost one of the most dedicated cultural preservers. The Barbados Landship is one of our most indigenous institutions and he was an irreplaceable strand in our cultural fabric.

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PCW, Protecting Culture

A Disaster Risk Management strategy for heritage is critical to prevent risks and reduce losses that could undermine Cultural Industries.

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Group developing eco farm in St John

A GROUP has begun developing 20 acres of leased Government land at Bath, St John, to create a sustainable, environment-friendly farm.

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ICAR tops in eco-tourism project

A local Rastafarian group has come out on top of the Social Enterprise Approach to Eco-Tourism project facilitated by the Pinelands Creative Workshop (PCW).

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Stakeholders learn about saving culture

The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated the impact disasters can have on the cultural landscape.

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PCW Leading Social Enterprise charge

Tourism experts have been exploring the Blue Economy approach by examining niches such as ecotourism and sociocultural tourism in an effort to raise awareness of sustainable environmental practices.

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Launch of the Social Enterprise Training Programme

PCW Launches Social Enterprise Training Programme

The Pinelands Creative Workshop (PCW), in collaboration with the United Nations Office for Project Services under the GEF Small Grants Programme has launched a Social Enterprise Training Programme.

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International Women’s Day Honourees

We are very proud of our CEO Sophia Greaves-Broome, one of the honourees in this year’s list of outstanding women.

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Getting cyber secure

PCW management team engaged in a Cyber Security Session led by Neil Hinds of Caribbean Cyber Forensics 360 Inc.

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Our friend Smokey Burke, the activist

Activism doesn’t only happen on the frontlines, and not all activists preach change.

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