Jamaica signs cultural MOU with Mexican state, unveils Marley statue

A cultural cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed between Jamaica and Mexico – symbolizing a commitment between the cities of Kingston and Chetumal to work towards the enhancement and development of their cultural and creative industries. Minister of Culture and Entertainment, Olivia “Babsy” Grange, who is currently in Mexico said that under the.. read more →

KNCU 2015 Web Development Project

Korean National Commission for UNESCO launches the 2015 Web Development Project with Three Caribbean and Central American National Commissions  The Korean National Commission for UNESCO (KNCU) has launched the 2015 Web Development Project with three Caribbean and Central American National Commissions for UNESCO. Since 2013, KNCU has been running the Website Development Project annually, with the aim.. read more →

Jamaica youth representative selected to attend WORLD HERITAGE YOUNG EXPERTS FORUM 2015

WORLD HERITAGE YOUNG EXPERTS FORUM 2015 “Towards a Sustainable Management of World Heritage Sites” is part of the World Heritage Education Programme of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre and is financed by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany. It is being held June 18 – June 29, 2015 in Germany. Jamaica as a member of.. read more →

A CALL TO ACTION: Highlight of Hon. Lisa Hanna’s Sectoral Presentation, 2015

News Release: A CALL TO ACTION Get #connected to the truth was a highlight of Honourable Lisa Hanna’s sectoral presentation to Parliament yesterday, as she opined that we seemingly have a society which has ‘lost its soul’, in relation to the acts of abuse and violence against our children. She implored Jamaicans particularly parents, the church,.. read more →

KNCU 2014 Website Development Training

The Korean National Commission for UNESCO (KNCU) in conjunction with the Jamaica National Commission for UNESCO hosted this website development training. It is the second in a series of training sponsored by KNCU and is to to enhance the capacity of national commissions in the Caribbean. Representatives from the Caribbean Natcoms developed websites using WordPress under.. read more →