More Friday Features
Local advocacy groups are set to mark 16 days of activism against gender-based violence this month to shine the light on domestic abuse. Last year Cayman recorded over 2,200 domestic-violence cases and the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service said they expect that number to be surpassed by the end of the year as they have already registered 1,900 cases through August.
The Cayman Compass shines the spotlight on domestic violence in the Cayman Islands. In this feature peice one domestic violence recounts her experiences before she broke the cycle of abuse.
Opposition politicians are pushing for more generous parental leave allowances for mums in the Cayman Islands. The Cayman Compass highlighted the issue in a special...
The Cayman Islands ranks among the least ‘family friendly’ of the world’s richest countries when it comes to parental leave.
A flexible schedule and the ability to work from home helped Melanie Thomas cope with the “crazy, but wonderful” demands of combining motherhood with...