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Minister of Social Services Frankie Campbell.

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Abuse cases increased in lockdown

SOCIAL Services Minister Frankie Campbell said yesterday his ministry has received increased reports of domestic abuse and child abuse since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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We face many challenges, Campbell tells UN

IN the wake of the deaths of more than 30 Haitian migrants at sea earlier this month, Social Services Minister Frankie Campbell yesterday told the United Nations Human Rights Council the Bahamas will continue its efforts to combat human trafficking and smuggling.

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No evidence that 10,400 jobs have been created, says PLP leader Davis

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Leader Philip “Brave” Davis says he sees no evidence to prove that 10,400 net jobs were created in the country since the Minnis administration took office nearly two years ago.

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'We want to ensure women are treated equally in the work place and that there is equal pay'

AFTER recent labour statistics showed that women were more likely to be unemployed than men despite higher education levels, Social Services Minister Frankie Campbell said his ministry is concerned about the issue.

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INSIGHT: We have deeply rooted issues we need to face and deal with

AFTER Social Services Minister Frankie Campbell made crass comments about the increase in rapes in 2018, thousands of us must have had to pick our jaws up off the floor as he ignored his ministry’s role – deeming it an issue that falls solely under national security.

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Campbell apologises for rape remarks

AFTER he was roundly criticised for his “unbelievable” remarks when questioned about a rise in reported rapes, Minister of Social Services Frankie Campbell has apologised for his “insensitive” comments.


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