We Live in Interesting Times: Thoughts on the French Presidential Election from Blogger Wayne Campbell


“Interesting times” could also be rephrased as “dark times,” as a dear Twitter friend described the state of the world the other day. Here’s a guest blog post from my friend Wayne Campbell. You can find his blog at http://www.wayaine.blogspot.com/ and his contact details are below. Wayne is particularly focused on gender issues, and through this … More We Live in Interesting Times: Thoughts on the French Presidential Election from Blogger Wayne Campbell

Sometimes The Face of Depression Is In Your Mirror: An Article by Wayne Campbell


I wrote around the time of World Health Day on its theme, Depression: Let’s Talk. Now my friend and fellow blogger Wayne Campbell has had time to catch up on this topic, which is also dear to my heart. This is his excellent blog post, which explains depression very clearly and puts everything in perspective. You can … More Sometimes The Face of Depression Is In Your Mirror: An Article by Wayne Campbell

Empowering the Disabled Community: Guest Blog Post by Wayne Campbell


I really missed out on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, on December 3. I simply did not get a chance to write on the topic. So I am glad fellow blogger Wayne Campbell addressed the issue of disability rights in this article, which gives much food for thought on the way forward. Wayne … More Empowering the Disabled Community: Guest Blog Post by Wayne Campbell

In Pursuit of Good Local Governance: Guest Blog Post by Wayne Campbell


Local Government elections will take place in Jamaica on Monday, November 28. And by the way, the first of two televised debates will take place this evening. Last week, I attended two excellent workshops for media conducted by the Electoral Office of Jamaica, in which I learned a great deal of background on our electoral … More In Pursuit of Good Local Governance: Guest Blog Post by Wayne Campbell

World Habitat Day 2016: A Blog Post by Wayne Campbell


Today, as we await the passing of Hurricane Matthew – now turning towards Haiti – it is perhaps appropriate that today is World Habitat Day. Last night on the television news, I saw some residents of Golden Grove, St. Thomas, overjoyed and jingling front door keys as they packed all their possessions into vans and pickups … More World Habitat Day 2016: A Blog Post by Wayne Campbell

On World Humanitarian Day, The Pain and Grief in Aleppo: Guest Blog Post by Wayne Campbell


In the midst of our rejoicing over gold medals, I have seen social media posts that have torn at my heart. Today is World Humanitarian Day, and fellow blogger Wayne Campbell has encapsulated beautifully exactly how I feel. I am so glad he wrote this. Please share widely, and please share a thought for the … More On World Humanitarian Day, The Pain and Grief in Aleppo: Guest Blog Post by Wayne Campbell

Collaborative Leadership in Education is the Way Forward: Guest Post by Wayne Campbell


Leadership is on the agenda, as the JN Foundation’s School Leadership Summit (July 25 and 26) approaches. Here’s an important and challenging perspective from fellow blogger and educator Wayne Campbell. That final quote has always resonated with me…It’s not who you are, it’s what you do that counts. So, time to shake off the cobwebs … More Collaborative Leadership in Education is the Way Forward: Guest Post by Wayne Campbell

Have We Dropped the Ball on Protecting Our Priceless Oceans? Wayne Campbell asks…


Have we done a poor job at protecting our oceans? Blogger Wayne Campbell thinks so – although it’s never too late and we must now do what we can to combat climate change and restore health to our marine and land environment (of course, it’s all connected). Here is Wayne’s article for World Oceans Day, published … More Have We Dropped the Ball on Protecting Our Priceless Oceans? Wayne Campbell asks…

The Long Shadow of Child Abuse: Guest Post by Wayne Campbell


My fellow blogger Wayne Campbell, who as an educator works with children every day, wrote a touching article looking back at Jamaica’s Child Month, which was in May. The hard-working agencies in Jamaica responsible for child welfare made huge efforts to get the word out on protecting and caring for our children. The issue of child … More The Long Shadow of Child Abuse: Guest Post by Wayne Campbell