Thursday, January 2, 2020

Women’s movement focused on increasing number of women elected to Parliament

(Seated from L-R): Dame Janet Bostwick DBE; Social Services Minister Frankie Campbell; Governor General Cornelius A. Smith; and Marissa Smith. (Standing from L-R): Dr. Jacinta Higgs; Kelley Bostwick-Toote; Brenda Harris Pinde; Prodesta Moore; Sharmie Farrington Austin; Santina McKinney; Erin Brown; Laurell Burrows; and LeShan Ferguson.

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A women’s movement has committed itself increasing the political representation of women in the House of Assembly.

Women United (WU) was founded in October 2018 by Prodesta Moore, who was later joined by a group of Bahamian women activists in early 2019.  Read more >>