Women miners organization concerned officials perceive them as ‘the enemy’

The executive of the Guyana Women Miners’ Organisation is very concerned about being perceived as “the enemy” by officials and is calling for the organisation to be recognized as working to improve the lives of women and young girls in need of protection in the country’s interior.

“My concern is the way in which we are being treated; we are being treated as though we are the enemy and we are not,” Vice-president of the organization Carol Elliot-Fredrick told the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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