Former magistrate now Children’s Champion
Thu, November 01, 2012 - 12:05 AM
With over 21 years’ experience in the legal field and ten years as the presiding judicial officer of the Juvenile Court, Faith Marshall-Harris has been appointed as Barbados’ Champion for Children by UNICEF.
At a ceremony at United Nations House yesterday, Minister of Family, Culture, Sports and Youth Stephen Lashley said that the Champion was one who battled for the rights or honour of children; took extraordinary interest in the adoption, implementation, and success of a cause, policy, programme, or project which would benefit children; and had a passion for children and was willing to speak out against injustice.
Therefore, he endorsed Marshall-Harris, stating that she was well qualified for the job.
The Champion for Children is a UNICEF initiative for middle income countries such as Barbados to advocate for the rights of children, particularly the most disadvantaged. (LK)Please read the full story in today’s DAILY NATION, or in the eNATION edition.
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