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
Ms. Cheryl Brown: Jamaica Rep to Int’l Bioethics Committee
Ministry of Education Rep.
Mr. Everton Hannam: Secretary-General
SOCIAL AND HUMAN SCIENCE
|Mrs. Faith Innerarity||Chairperson||Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture (MYSC)|
|Mrs. Faith Webster||Bureau of Women’s Affairs|
|Ms. Dawn Heron||Institute of Sports|
|Florette Blackwood||Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture (MYSC)|
|Mrs. Yvonne Kong||Principal, GC Foster College|
|Ms. Sophia Bryan||National Centre for Youth Development (NCYD)|
|Mr. Lloyd Pomells||Chairman, Social Development Commission|
|Ms. Pat Amos||Vice-Chair||Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture (MYSC)|
|Mrs. Daphne Hurge||Community Development|
|Mrs. Cheryl Brown||Director, Office of Sponsored Research, UWI|
|Mr. Pedro Monreal||Programme Specialist, Social and Human Sciences, UNESCO Office of the Caribbean|
|Dr. Maria Smith||Programme Manager, JNC-UNESCO|
|Mr. Everton Hannam||Secretary-General, JNC-UNESCO|
Jamaica's representative to
Plenary of the Intergovernmental Committee for Physical Education and Sport (CIGEPS) UNESCO, Paris, 7-8 July 2010 was Mr. Anthony Davis, Director of Sports at the University of Technology (UTECH) Jamaica.
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INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON SPORT FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT
International Congress on Sport for Peace and Development, organized by UNESCO in collaboration with the Jamaican Government, was held in Kingston, Jamaica from 13-16 September 2008.
It featured two round tables on the social, economic, educational, cultural, environmental and political dimensions of sport. Presentations were made by Dr Omar Davies and the Hon. Olivia Grange as well as CARICOM Ministers of Sports, Jamaican Sports Personalities, CIGEPS members, international experts and specialists in the field.
The Congress presented an excellent opportunity to develop a comprehensive framework for Member States of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to integrate sport into their policies and programmes across a range of sectors and to debate the gaps in current sport policy. It reaffirmed that physical education is an essential component of quality education as it contributes to both the mental and physical development of children and that the link between sports and culture should be developed through a greater synergy between the different competent Ministries.
In addition, the former Prime Minister of Jamaica, Edward Seaga, invited UNESCO to organize meetings with partners who would be liable to participate in the creation of an international fund for peace and development.
|Main guests at the Opening Ceremony|
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The UNESCO Convention on Anti-Doping came into force on 1February 2007. Jamaica was among the first group of countries that ratified this UNESCO Convention. As a result a Delegation participated in the First Session of the Conference of Parties Meeting, February 5-7 in UNESCO (Paris).
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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.