Resources

Mid-term Review

1 1/2 Year Multi Country Programme Review Meeting ( 2012- 2013)

Religious Leaders Workshop

UNiTE Campaign

ECAO Annual Report

Papers and Reports

Publications

Magazines

Newsletters

Technical reports

FAQ: Accessing Resources

Events

 

FAQ: Accessing Resources

Accessing resources from the UNICEF Office for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean 

Q. How do I order brochures, posters, videos or other resources from the Office for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean? 

A. These resources can be ordered on line, by e-mail or by contacting or visiting our office directly. Resources that are to be mailed should be accompanied by the name and contact information of the recipient.

Q. What is your information centre?

A. The Information Centre, which was formerly only a library, was transformed in April 2003 and now comprises two sections: A research area with global reports  and books and other printed materials that can be used by students conducting research on any issues pertaining to children in the Eastern Caribbean and a child-friendly communication area.

The child-friendly communication area has a seating capacity for approximately 20 children and is designed for children to learn more about UNICEF. Groups on tours view a short child-friendly video produced by the office specifically explaining about children’s rights. They also view a display of children’s artwork, which depicts their interpretation of the articles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and then they have the opportunities to discuss issues pertaining to children's rights and responsibilities.

Q. How can I access the Information Centre?

A. The Information Centre is opened from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays. Tours for primary school children are available on Fridays. Teachers or other supervisors, will need to call in advance and make an appointment for their students to visit. If you are a student at a tertiary or secondary institution and need to conduct research, you will also need to call in advance and make an appointment so that the required information can be researched and compiled beforehand and can be available for you to use when you come. 


 

 

 

 
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