p.c.w news

Cultural Industries project to Launch Soon

Traditionally Barbados’ economy has been driven by manufacturing, agriculture and tourism. These sectors have largely been responsible…

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Dominica Back to School Campaign – Helping our Caribbean neighbours

As most people know our sister island of Dominica was recently affected by the passing of Tropical Storm Erica, which wreaked havoc on the Caribbean island.

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Camp Fusion Rehearsal

PCW’s Camp Fusion to honour Edwin Yearwood

Camp Fusion will be honouring popular entertainer Edwin Yearwood as part of its last day

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Sargassum – good or bad?

The abundance of Sargassum creates issues within the major industries like Tourism and Fisheries

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Improving the Power of CSOs

Before CSOs can represent their communities they need to have created the networks, the tools and the knowledge to be competent ambassadors

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Civilians, activism and the role of CSOs

CSOs represent the people, and as such their power comes from the people.

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Congrats to Tontre

The Board and Management of the Pinelands Creative Workshop congratulates Tontre Gittens-Harris for winning the inaugural NCF…

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PCW with the support of C-ARK embark on Holetown-Weston Community Adaptation Plan

Civil society must be strengthened as a critical part of governance.

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Environmental Realities in Barbadian Paradise

During the hurricane season, Barbados is at the most vulnerable point of environmental disaster.

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Camp Fusion 2015: Finding Nemo – Glass Bottom Boat Ride

Camp Fusion continued the educational, environmental workshop Finding Nemo

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