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Gender Inequality And Damaging Stereotypes

Gender Inequality And Damaging Stereotypes

Following a spate of murders of women to start the New Year, a comprehensive examination of the nature and prevalence of violence against women and girls in Jamaica is of utmost importance. The historic and recent abuse of the nation’s women at the hands of intimate partners is multidimensional and involves physical, emotional and economic...

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Benefits To Protecting Your Intellectual Property

Benefits To Protecting Your Intellectual Property

Intellectual property protection is critical to fostering innovation. Without the protection of ideas, businesses and individuals would not reap the full benefits of their inventions and would focus less on research and development. Similarly, artists would not be fully compensated for their creations and cultural vitality would suffer as a result. We tackle the importance...

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Fight The Fight

Fight The Fight

His voice effortlessly glides between a raspy, smoky alto and a silky falsetto, with an unhurried delivery that has become signature of his sound. Our guest is no other than Mortimer! Stay tuned for the conversation.

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Jamaica Ranked  23rd Among The  Most Sustainable Developed Countries

Jamaica Ranked 23rd Among The Most Sustainable Developed Countries

There is a new performance indicator that ranks Jamaica as one of the most sustainably developed countries in the world, according to the Sustainable Development Index (SDI) which assesses the “ecological efficiency of human development”, Jamaica is ranked 23rd of 163 measured nations.  The SDI promotes a new vision for progress in the 21st century and includes five indicators:...

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Is It important To Exercise Dominance?

Is It important To Exercise Dominance?

Dominance is so intrinsic to human social relationships that we do not even notice it…. when it comes to power in romantic relationships, men are often cast as dominant and women as deferential. But working against this are caricatures of domineering women with their “hen-pecked husbands” and “whipped boyfriends.” but what is the reality? Is...

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Youth Perspective On Vision 2030

Youth Perspective On Vision 2030

Vision 2030 Jamaica – national development plan, the country’s first long-term strategic development plan, provides a comprehensive framework in which the economic, social, environmental and governance aspects of national development are integrated. The plan, which was approved in Parliamentin 2009, is intended to put Jamaica in a position to achieve developed country status by 2030....

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What Does It Take To Be A Leader?

What Does It Take To Be A Leader?

There is a leader in everyone, and there are many ways to lead. Some leaders start their journeys simply by following what their hearts tell them to do.  There are leaders who rise to the occasion in times of personal life challenges, or of social injustice and public turmoil. Young leaders in action help strip down...

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Samuda Proposes Impact Assessment Study

Samuda Proposes Impact Assessment Study

Causing approximately $13BN in damage to the worlds marine ecosystem every year, single use plastics and Styrofoam have also wrought untold damage on the land as well, however the time has come were its convenience no longer outweighs the cost to the environment as over 60 governments across the world including Jamaica  have introduced bans on...