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Ms. Hazel Brown

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Chief Nursing Officer

Phone: (345) ***-****  
Email: h***@***.ky
Cayman Islands Health Services Authority

Employment History

  • Coordinator
  • Head
  • Chief Nursing Officer
    C.I. Health Services
  • President
    Network of Non-Governmental Organisations
  • Social Activist and Head
    Network of Non-Governmental Organisations
  • Chairperson
    Network of Non-Governmental Organisations
  • Chief Nursing Officer
    The Cayman Islands KY1
  • Coordinator
    Network of NGOs for the Advancement of Women
  • Head
    Network of NGOs for the Advancement of Women
  • Chairperson
    Network of NGOs for the Advancement of Women

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founding Member


  • Cipriani Labour College
158 Total References
Web References
Hazel Brown, Coordinator of ..., 4 Oct 2015 [cached]
Hazel Brown, Coordinator of the Network of NGOs for the Advancement of Women: Three things.
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
Hazel Brown, head of the ..., 13 May 2014 [cached]
Hazel Brown, head of the Network of NGOs, said on Mon­day little else could be done at this time, except to stand in solidarity with the girls, their families and other supporters worldwide who are fighting for their freedom.
Femnet has planned a worldwide, peaceful protest for tomorrow, May 15, also observed as International Day of the Family.
The group will stage their protests outside Nigerian embassies around the world, and Brown said while the network supports the action, prior commit­ments may prevent members from taking part locally.
Nevertheless, Brown said the show of solidarity was important in driving the message home that the girls must be brought home.
"I think there is power in this kind of global solidarity among women," Brown said.
Hazel ..., 3 Nov 2012 [cached]
Hazel Brown
An increase in the number of reports of rapes is a reflection that more sexual crimes are being committed against women-and an indication that more women are having the courage to report the offences, said Hazel Brown, head of the Network of Non-Governmental Organisations for the Advancement of Women.
"It's reasonable to assume it is a combination of both, and it is an increase in the population we are not seeing before, like children and the elderly being attacked. "And it's not only an increase in rape but in all the sexual-offences categories," Brown added.
More than 200 additional cases were reported up to the end of September this year, compared to the whole of last year, police public information officer ASP Joanne Archie said on Tuesday. She said up to the end of September, there were 689 reports of sexual offences being committed, while a total of 484 reports were made in 2011.
These statistics included rape, statutory rape (sex with a minor), incest and sexual assault. Brown said with the advent of more NGOs, especially those targeted to assist women, victims have gained the courage to speak out. The proposal by NGOs to have Government review the Domestic Violence Act was a step in the right direction, as rape and sexual offences also occur within relationships.
Brown said what must also be targeted was the justice system, as victims often had to endure further distress when cases dragged on for months and in some instances years. She added: "Victims must have easier access to the justice system. The police also must be monitored in ensuring they are actually following the rules and regulations on how to treat with victims of sexual offences and not turn them away from stations."
Asked whether there had been an improvement in the attitude and behaviour of police officers in handling sexual-abuse cases, Brown said she had noticed a positive difference but there was still a need for ongoing workshops for greater sensitisation.
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.
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