The Resident British Commissioner (RBC) for a day initiative invites female candidates between the ages of 18 and 24 to submit a two-three-minute video explaining why they should be the Resident British Commissioner (RBC) for a day, with at least one recommendation for how to address gender-based violence against women and girls, and a brief explanation on the role of the RBC and how it aligns with personal aspirations.
The programme is supported by DMV-SVG Mutual Aid Relief, a US-based organisation which seeks to address the needs of Vincentian women, children, and families through their programmes and initiatives.
Applications for the Resident British Commissioner (RBC) for a day competition closes on 16th February, 2024, winners will be announced on 1st March, 2024, and begin their tenure on 8th March, 2024. Candidates must also like and follow both the UK in Barbados and Eastern Caribbean and DMV-SVG Mutual Aid Relief’s Facebook pages.
SOURCE: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade