Former NYCD president Paul Baron underlines the importance of the focus, efforts and works of Dr Simone Mathieu and Margaret Triphi Wallace, to our values and socio-cultural development
A traditional definition of sustainable development is that it meets our own needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Implicit in this definition is the recognition of rights of future generations – the right to achieve a sustainable level of development and the right to be able to utilize natural resources.
Former National Youth Council of Dominica (NYCD) President Paul Baron claimsthe younger generations are victims of inheriting the culture that Dominican society has been promoting. He observed that the country's development is at a very perilous point right now.
He emphasizes the significance of the work and the focus of associate professor of psychology, Dr. Simone Mathieu and Dr. Margaret Triphi Wallace, have placed upon this occurrence in our society. The drive to prevent a recurrence of what the youth and citizens are going through right now, according to Baron, depends heavily on the mentorship and education.
Former president of the national youth council of Dominica (NYCD), Paul Baron.
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