Mar312022
Empowering Revival Communities in Jamaica in Safeguarding their Heritage

Empowering Revival Communities in Jamaica in Safeguarding their Heritage. – YouTube Empowering Revival Communities Seminars and presentation of the book “Revivalism: representing an Afro-Jamaican identity was held 22 March – St James Parish Library, Montego Bay (link above) 23 March – St Ann Parish Library, St.

Jan202022
Transcultura Programme 3rd call

Are you a young artists or cultural professional? Enroll for a short course at webpage: https://www.

Oct132021
Talking Revivalism

Talking Revivalism our Heritage, Thursday, 14 October , 2021 on Power 106 (106.1 FM) – 2:00-5:00pm

Aug122021
Build Resilience of Caribbean SIDS to Disasters and Climate Change through Enhancing the Culture Sector’s Disaster Preparedness for Effective Response

The Jamaica National Commission for UNESCO has been contracted by the UNESCO Cluster Office for the Caribbean to facilitate the pilot initiative in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport. The proposed duration of the project is five months commencing in August and ending in December 2021.

Jun072021
CONGRATULATIONS JAMAICA

Jamaica was today (4 June 2021) elected to the Intergovernmental Committee on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, 2022-.2025.

Feb192021
IFCD approves 72,197 USD for “Validating Jamaica’s Cultural & Creative Industry through Economic Impact Assessments and National Statistical System”

The Intergovernmental Committee for the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions has approved the application submitted by the Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC) to implement the project entitled “Validating Jamaica’s Cultural & Creative Industry through Economic Impact Assessments and National Statistical System (JAM NSS-CCI)” (in Decision 14.IGC […]

Jan292021
UNESCO Culture & Public Policy Tracker | Issue 5

tracker_2.0_issue_5_en on the creative economy

Aug132020
International Scientific Committee of UNESCO’s Slave Route Project

Dr. Sonjah Stanley Niaah Appointed Member, International Scientific Committee of UNESCO’s Slave Route Project Posted: December 04, 2017 The International Scientific Committee (ISC) of the Slave Route Project now has a new UWI representative.

May062020
Watt Town Pilgrimage, March 2020

“According to Oral History the site at Watt Town in the Hills of St. Ann has been in operation before Emancipation.