Women & Girls Celebrating our Men & Boys

In Commemoration of International Men's Day 2018

Join us to celebrate International Men's Day 2018!


In Commemoration of International Men's Day 2018 (November 19)

AFETT will host another instalment in its

Tea & Conversation Series

with The Fatherhood Resource Centre


Date: Thursday November 15, 2018

Time: 5:30 pm

Venue: Training Room, NIPDEC, St. Vincent Street, POS

Cost: Financial Members $50

Cost: Guests $200


Women & Girls Celebrating our Men & Boys


Join us to cover conversations on


  • Positive Male Role Models,

  • The real issues of Raising Sons - Understanding the nature and nurture of boys,

  • The Power of Influence; and

  • A Woman’s Perspective on Raising a Man.


Our line up of speakers includes Mr. Terrance James, General Manager, NIPDEC and Mr. Kevin Liverpool, President of the Fatherhood Resource Centre.



Our Speakers
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Kevin Liverpool is the Founder and Executive Director of the Fatherhood Resource Centre, an NGO working to equip men and boys to succeed in their current and future roles within the family. He has over 10 years experience implementing social interventions and working with at-risk youth. As a father of two, Kevin is committed to being a positive male role model and raising the standard of manhood in Trinidad and Tobago.

Kevin Liverpool

Executive Director

Fatherhood Resource Centre

Terrance James

General Manager, NIPDEC

Before joining NIPDEC Terry was the Owner/Managing Director of a Built Environment Consultancy in the UK.


A Chartered Mechanical Engineer and alumnus of Naparima College and the former San Fernando Technical Institute, he holds an MBA in Business Administration.


He held Chairmanships of various organizations and lectured at the London South Bank University in Development, Construction, Maintenance and Project Management.


He co-founded three Housing Associations, providing homes for over 20,000 families and has been instrumental in pioneering a number of community initiatives fostering the development of individuals from underprivileged communities.


He has been married for the past 29 years and is the father of three sons and one daughter. Two of his boys hold senior positions in Transport and Education Business whilst the other and the youngest is an aspiring professional footballer.  The lone daughter is a medical undergraduate at the University of Oxford.


Asked why he returned to T&T, he replied, I would like to share some of what I have learnt in the hope that it would be of benefit to my people. 

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