Over the last two shows we have been exploring the challenges faced by hundreds of children in the Cayman Islands. Children who have been identified as being at risk. We have explored the fact that all children have the right to have access to quality health care, good nutrition, education, play and protection from harm, abuse and discrimination. We have examined the consequences of children living in institutionalized care such as a greater chance of becoming psychologically impaired and economically unproductive adults. In this show we are going to continue to look at the challenges faced by children in the Cayman Islands with the hope of uncovering some solutions to ensure that the rights of every child within these islands is upheld.
The Rights of Children
Monday, 23 April 2012 11:58 am
Updated Wednesday, 2 May 2012 12:34 pm
Levelling playing field, pensions changes proposed
Government wants to make all new employees pensionable after six months in the Pensions Law. At the moment, Caymanians must start making contributions right away, whereas work permit holders begin pensions payments nine months after their start date. “The proposed […]