Attorney General Samuel Bulgi and the Ministry of Health and Human Services are inviting agencies that impact child development and the general public to attend the opening session of the National Children and Youth Symposium that is taking place on Monday, 19 February, from 9am to 5pm at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort.
The Symposium aims to create a national policy framework that will facilitate measures to support the positive growth and development of children and youth; thus, wide public involvement is fundamental.
The symposium opening session will focus on the Predisposing Factors to Criminality in the Cayman Islands report which will be addressed by several speakers. The opening address will be given by Governor Stuart Jack.
OCC in the Brac
A representative from the Office of the Complaints Commissioner will be in Cayman Brac for their monthly visit on Friday, 16 February. Any persons wishing to meet with the Analyst are asked to make appointments by calling their office in Grand Cayman 943-2220.
The Complaints Commissioner’s Office in Cayman Brac is located at Brac House, Cotton Tree Bay.
Court on Cayman Brac will be held on Friday, 16 February at the Aston Rutty Centre at 10am.
Update on migrants
Eleven of the 12 Cuban migrants who arrived on the Brac Monday were transferred to Grand Cayman Tuesday afternoon.One remained in Cayman Brac to have minor surgery and will be transferred at a later date.
The seven migrants who chose to continue their journey Monday are now in Little Cayman. They will be transferred to Cayman Brac shortly, according to Immigration officials.