12th National Youth Parliament

The issue of corporal punishment has once again grasped the attention of the public after a video went viral depicting a mother repeatedly hitting her 12-year-old daughter with a belt.

The debate on corporal punishment is still ablaze and the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago is facilitating a space for this issue to be weighed in democratic discussion.

Tune in on Monday 27 October at 10:00 AM as students from 38 schools meet in the 12th National Youth Parliament to debate: "The Government’s Policy on Corporal Punishment, Indiscipline and Delinquency”

Follow the debate LIVE on the Parliament Network: Cable Channel 11, Radio 105.5 FM or log on to www.ttparliament.org. You can also connect on www.facebook.com/ttyouthparliament

Participating Schools:

  1. Open Bible High School
  2. St. Jude’s School for Girls
  3. St. Michael’s Home for Boys
  4. Trinidad and Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute (TTHTI)
  5. Youth Training Centre
  6. University of Trinidad and Tobago
  7. University of  the West Indies 
  8. The University of  the West Indies School of Business and Applied Studies Limited (ROYTEC)
  9. Cowen Hamilton
  10. Princes Town West Secondary 
  11. Couva East Secondary
  12. Holy Faith Convent
  13. Presentation College, Chag.
  14. St. Georges’ College
  15. Waterloo Secondary 
  16. Fyzabad Anglican
  17. Shiva Boys’ Hindu College
  18. Siparia West Secondary
  19. ASJA Girls’ College, S’do
  20. Marabella North Secondary 
  21. Naparima Girls’ College
  22. Parvati Girls’ Hindu
  23. Pleasantville Secondary 
  24. Presentation College, S’do
  25. Signal Hill Secondary
  26. Holy Cross College
  27. North Eastern College
  28. Swaha Hindu College
  29. Hillview College
  30. San Juan North Secondary
  31. St. Augustine Secondary 
  32. St. Joseph Convent, St. Joseph
  33. St. Anthony’s College
  34. St. Francois Girls’ College
  35. St. Joseph Convent, P.O.S.
  36. St. Mary’s College
  37. Tranquillity Secondary
  38. Trinity College