Dr. Donald Rhodd: Vice - Chair
Miss Andrene Blackwin: Dir, Youth Policy & Programmes, NCYD
Mr. Keitho Nembhard: Youth Rep, Mandeville, Manchester
Professor Ronald Young: Science Expert
Mrs. Janice Miller: Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade
Mrs. Diedra Coy: PIOJ
Tracy Ann Thomas: NGO/Civil Society Rep
Dr. Dorothy Raymond: Jamaica Teachers’ Assoc.
Mrs. Everlyn Craig Brow: Private Sector
Mr. Mark Thomas: JAMPRO (Creative Industries)
Mr. Lincoln Robinson: Information/Comm. Expert
Ministry of Education Rep.
Mr. Everton Hannam: Secretary-General
To celebrate the International Year of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) 2014,(Link) the UNFCCC secretariat, through the Government of Norway, is offering 2 five-months fellowships to young professionals from the region who are interested in contributing to the work on climate change adaptation or on gender and youth related dimensions of climate action.
Video II for the 60th Anniv. of ASPnet" (2013)
An integral part of UNESCO’s General Conference, the Youth Forum is a unique space allowing youth delegates from across the world to share their experiences, exchange ideas and submit their proposals to representatives of 195 UNESCO Member States, thereby contributing to the global debate on UNESCO’s strategic orientations on youth.... read more
- VACANCY NOTICE
- JNC-UNESCO hosts Alissandra Cummins
- Skills training in the Caribbean – an eye on the future
- International Essay Contest for Young People
- Fund for Cultural Diversity:Third Call for Funding Requests
- Applications are invited for the following UNEP/UNESCO/BMU
- World Poetry Day
- VIDEO CONTEST FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
- Veronica Campbell-Brown busy, on and off the tracks
- The Young Masters Programme on Sustainable Development
- International Art Camp
- UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowships Programme 2012
- Passion for science - Marcia E. ROYE
- Special Fellowship "in the footsteps of Marie Curie"
- JAMAICANS ON UNESCO BODIES 2007-2011: Ms. Cheryl Brown, Director, Office of Sponsored Research
- The Maroon heritage of Moore Town
|Jamaica became a member state of the United Nations Education, Scientific and Culture Organization (UNESCO) on 7 November 1962. In accordance with Article VII of the Organization’s Constitution, the Jamaica National Commission for UNESCO was established on 1 November, 1965 to:|
In 1957-1958 the term “Participation Programme” was used for the first time in the Programme and Budget.
Originally, assistance was given to Member States for unplanned activities - “technical aid services for special activities”.
The Participation Programme is an integral part of the Organization’s biennial programme.