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  • 2015-10-05

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    CMP015 - A life after CRIME with Mtima Solwazi - Poet and Founder of Cascadoo Caribbean New Voices International

    Tags: male trinidad social poetry entrepreneur

    Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor is a living example of displaying resilience in the quest for achieving success by utilizing the spoken word as a tool for cognitive-behavioural therapy, social activism, civic engagement, arts education, and literacy development. Our mentor left secondary school in 1988 with four CXC subjects at the Basic level and was deemed an at-risk deviant youth who was engaged in the street-level narcotics trade and gang affiliated activities from the age of thirteen. But this is not where his journey ends. At present, he is a post-graduate Sociology student of the University of the West Indies and holder of a Bachelor of Sciences with Honors in Psychology with Minors in Sociology and Criminology. He has been actively involved in youth and community development for the past two decades working with disenfranchised youth in high-risk environments and criminogenic communities across Trinidad. A past trainee himself, he dedicated his services to Servol for the past 14 years. Currently he is employed as a Community Action Officer with the Citizen Security Programme (CSP) a division of the Ministry of National Security. A self-published poet, our mentor continues to use the spoken word poetry as a catalyst for social change through is annual spoken word festival – Cascadoo Caribbean New Voices International Festival of Spoken Word. He is the recipient of several community awards for his selfless dedication and continued commitment towards youth and community development. Ladies and Gentlemen…Caribbean Nation… …Let’s meet Mr. Mtima Solwazi.


  • 2017-01-16

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    CMP064 - Persistence is to Try...Don't give up the fight; featuring Andrew Pilgrim QC

    Tags: crime male law lawyer barbados

    Our special guest and Caribbean Mentor is a former president of the Barbados Bar Association. He presently sits on the Advisory Committee on Criminal Justice and Magisterial Reform in the Caribbean. He has been part of National Steering Committees on Penal Reform and Drug Treatment Courts, and has sat on the Commission of Inquiry into the operations of the Child Care Board.

    Ladies and gentlemen…Mr. Andrew Pilgrim QC