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WE Empowerment Programme

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Over 230 students convened at the Movietowne Conference Centre for the We Empowerment Programme which is being held in Trinidad and Tobago for the second consecutive year.

The programme, which was founded just over five years ago, offers students the opportunity to contribute to growth in their respective communities.

This year’s topics include cyber bullying, global poverty, youth violence, global water, homelessness, and the environment.

Dionne Baptiste reports.

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