Uphold people with special needs, urges advocate, mother

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People with special needs are being treated as second class citizens and denied their human rights, a disability community advocate has declared, as she urged Government to put support systems in place. President of the Barbados Down Syndrome Association Asha Alleyne-Renwick suggested that people with disabilities are not being afforded equal opportunities and access to […]

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Uphold people with special needs, urges advocate, mother

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People with special needs are being treated as second class citizens and denied their human rights, a disability community advocate has declared, as she urged Government to put support systems in place. President of the Barbados Down Syndrome Association Asha Alleyne-Renwick suggested that people with disabilities are not being afforded equal opportunities and access to […]

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BSE, embracing crypto-market, shuns Bitcoin

The Barbados Stock Exchange is closer to enabling security token trading, but is staying away from cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, BSE Managing Director Marlon Yarde has revealed. While not providing an official launch date, Yarde told a Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) online fintech seminar that the BSE would soon […]

Uphold people with special needs, urges advocate, mother

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People with special needs are being treated as second class citizens and denied their human rights, a disability community advocate has declared, as she urged Government to put support systems in place. President of the Barbados Down Syndrome Association Asha Alleyne-Renwick suggested that people with disabilities are not being afforded equal opportunities and access to […]

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BSE, embracing crypto-market, shuns Bitcoin

The Barbados Stock Exchange is closer to enabling security token trading, but is staying away from cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, BSE Managing Director Marlon Yarde has revealed. While not providing an official launch date, Yarde told a Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) online fintech seminar that the BSE would soon […]

Uphold people with special needs, urges advocate, mother

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People with special needs are being treated as second class citizens and denied their human rights, a disability community advocate has declared, as she urged Government to put support systems in place. President of the Barbados Down Syndrome Association Asha Alleyne-Renwick suggested that people with disabilities are not being afforded equal opportunities and access to […]

The post Uphold people with special needs, urges advocate, mother appeared first on Barbados Today.

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BSE, embracing crypto-market, shuns Bitcoin

The Barbados Stock Exchange is closer to enabling security token trading, but is staying away from cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, BSE Managing Director Marlon Yarde has revealed. While not providing an official launch date, Yarde told a Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) online fintech seminar that the BSE would soon […]