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Ms. Hazel Brown

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Chief Nursing Officer

Email: h***@***.ky
Local Address: Cayman Islands
Cayman Islands Health Services Authority

Employment History

  • Head
  • President

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founding Member
167 Total References
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Persad-Bissessar's remarks were made ..., 28 Mar 2014 [cached]
Persad-Bissessar's remarks were made after Hazel Brown, Coordinator of the Network of NGOs for the Advancement of Women called on Government to establish a girls camp to empower and teach young girls how to become women.
"Girls in Trinidad and Tobago," Brown said "are an under-served, invisible, voiceless community who only get attention when 2,500 of them get pregnant, or they show their goods at Carnival, or they are fighting outside their schools."
Ms. Hazel Brown | CGPMG ..., 29 Sept 2013 [cached]
Ms. Hazel Brown | CGPMG Civil Society Representative for the Caribbean Commonwealth Gender Plan of Action Monitoring Group (CGPMG) | Commonwealth Foundation Commonwealth Foundation
Ms. Hazel Brown
Coordinator of the Network of NGOs of Trinidad and Tobago for the Advancement of Women
Ms. Brown has been professionally involved in research, social development and community organisation projects since 1969. Her specific area of focus has been in the area of poverty eradication, consumer affairs and in promoting gender equity. She has organised and conducted seminars and workshops pursuant to these ends through the organizations she has been a part of, as well as in collaboration with government ministries, CARICOM, Commonwealth organizations, OAS, PAHO, UNIFEM and other UN agencies.
Ms. Brown is a founding member of the Network of NGO's of Trinidad and Tobago for the Advancement of Women, a comprehensive national umbrella organisation formed in 1985 The Network is an advocate and support for women's organisations in Trinidad and Tobago and is a part of many regional and international networks of women including CIWIL and WEDO. She has also developed a good working relationship with the Trinidad and Tobago National Women's Machinery.
She is the past Secretary General of the Commonwealth Women's Network (CWN) and has been engaged in Commonwealth activities since the first Commonwealth People's Forum at CHOGM in Harare in 1991. She has been a consistent advocate for a strong voice and space for Civil Society in Commonwealth activities and decision-making.
Ms. Hazel Brown
CGPMG Civil Society Representative for the Caribbean
Ms. Hazel Brown
Brown denounces death penalty ..., 9 Jan 2014 [cached]
Brown denounces death penalty again...
Hazel Brown, head of the Network of NGOs for the Advancement of Women, has again denounced the death penalty, saying the god who supports the death penalty has to be a cruel and vengeful god.
Asked her response to Samuel's call on Tuesday, Brown said, "We don't support hanging.
Brown was also asked about the murder rate, which has spiralled completely out of control (20 in the first week of 2014), and what the network was doing in light of general calls for better parenting.
Asked about children reportedly unable to go to school because of the Petrotrin oil spill in La Brea, Brown said she liked to think the Government was doing its best. "They are not bad people. She said residents of La Brea could not be living in an oil area for 100 years and not have some plan of their own to deal with a disaster when it came. She also observed the authorities had no ongoing conversation with the community on the recent incident.
Brown answered questions from the media after she presented what she said was civil society's own review of T&T's progress towards the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) established following the United Nations Millennium Summit in 2000.
Brown said there was significant disagreement between the Government and civil society's reports on how far T&T had progressed towards the goals. Both are going to end up in the UN and can influence policy for post-2015, she said. The NGOs' report was undertaken as part of a UN Millennium Campaign, which supported country-level research by civil society organisations.
Brown said what was worrying was that T&T was part of a high-level UN team comprising 20 other countries which will be taking part in talks about post-2015. Officials from the Foreign Affairs Ministry will represent T&T, but Brown said civil society must be a part of the event. "We have to go to the Foreign Affairs Ministry and insist they include us," she said.
She said there was major disagreement between civil society and the Government on the eradication of extreme hunger and poverty.
against repression - against prisons, 17 Oct 2005 [cached]
"We want a gender policy now," thundered Hazel Brown, president of the Network of Non-Governmental Organisations, during a rally on Wednesday marking International Women's Day. he has called on "all people of conscience" to join in getting the Manning administration to implement that gender policy, "which endorses our right to gender equity and social justice"."The gender issue relates directly to the concerns of women and men which we experience every day -- employment, education, health, law reform and so on. We must not let ourselves be trapped in the small and narrow agendas," she added.
Minister of Health Hon Anthony Eden; ..., 2 June 2008 [cached]
Minister of Health Hon Anthony Eden; Cayman's Chief Nursing Officer Hazel Brown
Cayman Islands Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) Hazel Brown welcomed attendees, saying, "It is great to see so many nurses come out to share knowledge and learn from each other.
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