Political will and maturity required for a consensus on crime in Jamaica

The number of murders in Jamaica passed the 1,000 mark for the year recently (can you imagine). It is always a grim milestone. We measure our “crime problem” by the number of lives lost – men, women and children – every year. They are not numbers. They are grandmothers. They are schoolchildren. They are abused … More Political will and maturity required for a consensus on crime in Jamaica

A challenge must be tackled with gusto (or avoided)

The Bloganuary prompt from a few days ago (ha!) was: Write about a challenge you faced and overcame. Well, I do my best to avoid facing up to challenges, these days. It’s all too exhausting. I am also tired of reading clichéd phrases like “It has been a challenging year.” Nowadays, I am very happy … More A challenge must be tackled with gusto (or avoided)

The Commonwealth Foundation Features JET’s Advocacy Work in New Podcast Series

Please see below press release from the Commonwealth Foundation. You can listen to the podcast featuring JET here: https://commonwealthfoundation.com/resource/commonwealth-voices-conversations-with-changemakers/ For more information contact Leo Kisson at +44 (0) 20 7747 6582 or via email to l.kiss@commonwealth.int Clean air and clean water are public health issues! Jamaica Environment Trust is helping people raise their voices for cleaner … More The Commonwealth Foundation Features JET’s Advocacy Work in New Podcast Series

Apple (New York) to Host Jamaican Broadcaster, Patrick Lafayette’s Podcasting Presentation

I have always wanted to do podcasts. That’s one thing – I would love to learn the technique. Much more importantly, though, this release below on radio broadcaster Patrick Lafayette’s involvement (and use of) Apple products shows how technology can be used for incredible good, for people with disabilities such as himself. Patrick lost his … More Apple (New York) to Host Jamaican Broadcaster, Patrick Lafayette’s Podcasting Presentation