Day: <span>February 6, 2020</span>

GLSC partners with UG to launch Diploma in Land Valuation

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Georgetown, Guyana – (February 6, 2020) Minister of State, Mrs. Dawn Hastings-Williams, this afternoon, formally opened the newly launched Diploma in Land Valuation Programme at the University of Guyana (UG), which is being done through a collaboration between the institution and the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission (GLSC). The Commission is the legally mandated national …

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President Granger commissions Stephen Campbell House – says tribute fitting as Indigenous leader advocated for protection of Indigenous rights and citizenship

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Georgetown, Guyana (February 6, 2020) President David Granger, this morning, attended the commissioning of the Stephen Campbell House located at Shiv Chanderpaul Drive, Bourda, Georgetown. The Stephen Campbell House is the home of the Department of Citizenship, Ministry of the Presidency. President Granger, in his remarks, said it is fitting that the building is dedicated …

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Address of His Excellency Brigadier David Granger, President of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, at the Commissioning Ceremony of the Stephen Campbell House 2020.02.06

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Citizenship and protection The establishment of the Department of Citizenship in May 2015 was a positive and deliberate act of state policy. The Department exemplified the importance which the Government attaches to protecting Guyanese citizenship and to preventing abuses which have been occurring with increasing frequency in other parts of the hemisphere. Citizenship of a …

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First Lady encourages CEPAM graduates to seize opportunities for self-development

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Georgetown, Guyana – (February 6, 2020) First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger, yesterday encouraged 25 girls and young women, who participated in a Comprehensive Empowerment Programme for Adolescent Mothers (CEPAM) which was organized by Women Across Differences (WAD), to be proud of themselves and their achievement. Mrs. Granger, during a simple graduation exercise held at the …

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