“Physically Closed, Virtually Open”: National Library of Jamaica Offers History Resources to High School Students

The National Library of Jamaica must be rather a lonely place at the moment. No pesky members of the public requesting manuscripts, firing questions, asking where the bathroom is, and whether they can make photocopies. All the usual traffic has faded away; but the NLJ has always done a whole lot more than the regular … More “Physically Closed, Virtually Open”: National Library of Jamaica Offers History Resources to High School Students

The Institute of Jamaica Research Symposium: Friday, November 3

I am very much looking forward to this. Especially, perhaps, the presentation by Ms. Eartha Cole of the Natural History Museum of Jamaica on environmental education… Here’s a note about this Symposium from the National Gallery of Jamaica. On Friday, November 3, 2017, the Researchers and Curators Committee of the Institute of Jamaica (IOJ) will … More The Institute of Jamaica Research Symposium: Friday, November 3

Advocacy and Policy Monitoring Go Hand in Hand For Civil Society Organizations

On the eve of Human Rights Day (December 10) there was a small but meaningful gathering at the coziest small hotel in town, the Alhambra Inn. Earlier this month, 22 representatives of ten civil society organizations graduated from a critical training session that focused on Policy Monitoring and Advocacy. The seven-month training, organized by the … More Advocacy and Policy Monitoring Go Hand in Hand For Civil Society Organizations