There is an old Christmas song, or nursery rhyme, in England: Christmas is Coming/The goose is getting fat/Please to put a penny in/the old man’s hat/ If you haven’t got a penny/A ha’penny will do/If you haven’t got a ha’penny/then God bless you! Well, most people don’t eat goose for Christmas dinner any more, and … More Buying “Social” (And Giving) for Christmas
I have always been a fan of social enterprise (in particular the JN Foundation’s ongoing work) and the British Council have hit the nail on the head with this programme in schools. There are some great social enterprises involved. Good luck to all the schools! I look forward to hearing more. British Council adds Eight … More Eight More Schools Join the British Council’s Social Enterprise Programme
I feel so sorry that I missed the final event of the Katalyxt Youth Innovators Awards; I always closely follow the progress of the competition, which lasts throughout the school year. Sponsors were the Development Bank of Jamaica, the Export Import Bank of Jamaica and Katalyxt. The young and enthusiastic Katalyxt team is led by … More Vere Technical High School are Katalyxt’s Winning Youth Innovators!
Jamaican men may, from time to time, get a bad rap. Sometimes (as in the case of the God’s-gift-to-women, egotistical Christopher Gayle) it is probably deserved. But – you know something? There are some wonderful Jamaican men out there, doing fantastic work, all over the island. I am mentioning just a few in this … More A Few Good (Jamaican) Men of 2015: Saluting You!
The political temperature continues to soar, despite cooling showers recently. One particular issue has dominated the news this week. A political “snowball” effect… Or rather, a very murky fog that seems to be enveloping…yes, you’ve guessed it… Outameni: Inevitably, considering the mess and confusion since the Prime Minister’s “explanation” in Parliament a week ago, lots … More Outameni One Confusion, A Sea of Green and A Distinguished Judge: Tuesday, November 18, 2014