http://www.unesco.org/carneid/ http://www.unesco.org/carneid/innovations.htm http://www.unesco.org/carneid/efa-1.htm The Caribbean Network of Educational Innovation for Development (CARNEID), is one of five regional networks established by UNESCO to promote systematic contact among educational institutions in order to promote educational innovation and change. The four other networks are APEID in Asia, NEIDA in Africa, EIPDAS in the Arab States, and CODIESEE in.. read more →


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IFCD Eupdate August 2016

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Rosemarie Vernon

National Commission for UNESCO Regrets the Passing of Rosemarie Vernon KINGSTON, Jamaica –Thursday, July 7, 2016 – Chairman of the Jamaica National Commission for UNESCO, the Honourable Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, expresses regret at the passing of the late Rosemarie Vernon, former member of the Commission and extends condolences to the immediate family, friends and colleagues… read more →

Kingston Creative City meets Rainer Kern

Mr. Rainer Kern, representative of the Lord Mayor and Director of Mannheim’s Creative City of Music paid a stopover visit to Kingston. He was thankfully able to visit the Music Museum and meet with Herbie Miller, Dennis Howard re the Eastwood Park creative cluster and attended some entertainment events. read more →

NBCJ at Gleaner Editors’ Forum, 11 May 2016

Members of the National Bioethics Committee of Jamaica (NBCJ) believe the Government has failed to include them in critical areas of decision making to address some of the ills facing the country. The NBCJ was established in 2008 through the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation’s (UNESCO) Assisting Bioethics Committees (ABC) initiative. The initiative.. read more →

2nd Youth Leadership Workshop on GCED

2nd Youth Leadership Workshop on GCED, Jamaica’s representative is Tina Renier Tina Renier, youth advocate. She is a 2nd year UWI student studying towards a major in International Relations and is a Youth Ambassador for Respect Jamaica. Dates & Venue: 11-16 July 2016 / Busan, Republic of Korea Objectives: To enable youth leaders in education to.. read more →

World Heritage Youth Forum 2016

JNC-UNESCO congratulates Gabrielle-Jae Watson who was selected for the Youth Forum 2016 in Istanbul. The 40th session of the World Heritage Committee will convene from 10 to 20 July 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey. As a component of the 40th session of the World Heritage Committee and in the framework of the UNESCO World Heritage Education.. read more →

St Andrews High School for Girls UNESCO Club

Open Day activities at the school on 15 April 2016. read more →