UNESCO African Ancestry Project to be Launched in Nevis

In an information statement released by the Nevis Historical and Conservation Society (NHCS), Executive Director, Evelyn Henville said her organization is about to launch a project entitled “Educating the Population of St. Kitts and Nevis on Afro-Caribbean Ancestry” next Tuesday (April 07). Ms. Henville stated that implementation of the programme otherwise dubbed “The UNESCO African.. read more →

Youth Human Rights Project

Youth of the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis have challenges to their human rights first and foremost because they are unaware of these rights as individuals. But this is expected to change following the launch of the Youth For Human Rights Awareness Project which took place on Friday November 20, 2014. Several deterrents to.. read more →

Empowering Single Fathers

Single Fathers Empowerment Programme Single Fathers in the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis are being given the opportunity to reverse what has been often portrayed in a negative light – “Their commitment to their children.” Recognizing the large number of young men who fall into this category (single father) in St. Kitts and Nevis.. read more →

Video Documentary on History of SKN Music

The National Commission for UNESCO released a documentary on the cultural music of St. Kitts and Nevis over the Independence period in September 2014. Over 50 local musicians and music practitioners were researched and interviewed in this documentary which tells the story of the development of music from an economic and social perspective in the Federation… read more →

School Safety Project

The school safety project is all about the safety of children while they are on the school premises. Although a large component of it concerns what should take place in the event of natural disasters, it is more extensive and includes the general safety of students in threatening circumstances. In other words all aspects of.. read more →