By NAN Contributor
News Americas, CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Fri. Sept. 16, 2016: Is life outside of the Caribbean truly what it is assumed to be?; Will the LGBT community ever be liberated?; and is a next female prime minister imminent in the Saint Lucia society?
Traveling to Paris, New York and Jamaica, United Nations Fellow and International Journalist Sarah Peter finds answers to some of these pertinent questions in the unconventional third season of the television documentary series ‘OFF LIMITS.’
The show airs this and every Sunday on Carib Vision at 9 p.m. in the Caribbean region, the UK, the US and Canada.
OFF LIMITS takes an unprecedented dimension into important social issues. The initiative, the brain child of Peter, explores topics which are seemingly “off limits.” The show specifically looks into social issues, human rights violations, education and the youth.
The 30-minute program also features a 10-to-12 minute segment called ‘Youth Talk,’ which highlights the achievements of young people on the island. This season of ‘Youth Talk’ features young successful university graduates, entrepreneurs and youngsters who have persevered and worked hard to attain success. The show also featured young successful persons in the tourism industry.