Jamaica’s Baha’i Community To Discuss Restorative Justice


Are you familiar with the Baha’i community in Jamaica? If not, this might be an opportunity to get to know them. This should be an interesting discussion. We certainly need more peaceful ways of resolving our disputes. The Baha’i Community of Jamaica will celebrate National Baha’i Day on July 25, 2017. This special day proclaimed … More Jamaica’s Baha’i Community To Discuss Restorative Justice

The IDB Civil Society Consulting Group in Jamaica


I am honoured to join a fantastic group of Jamaicans on the IDB’s Civil Society Consulting Group (ConSOC) in Jamaica. As a communications person, I am looking forward to helping facilitate an energetic and productive dialogue in support of the Bank’s key initiatives as we seek to place critical issues on the agenda for civil society and … More The IDB Civil Society Consulting Group in Jamaica

The Right to Bare Arms


There is obviously something very threatening about women baring arms that seems to result in institutions of state formulating dress codes that prohibit women wearing sleeveless garments in their hallowed halls! This came up in the USA last week. It wasn’t a case of sleeveless in Seattle, but rather a case of sleeveless in Washington […] … More The Right to Bare Arms

National Dance Theatre Company Opens Its 55th Season with a Gala Event on July 21


Wow. The National Dance Theatre Company (NDTC) is 55 years old – as old as the nation of Jamaica. But there’s nothing middle-aged about their performances, ever. The company’s 2017 season is about to open with a gala performance and cocktail reception at The Little Theatre this coming Friday, July 21. Here is their press … More National Dance Theatre Company Opens Its 55th Season with a Gala Event on July 21