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Feature | March 12, 2020
Women and young girls are the primary targets for the heinous crime of Human Trafficking. They are trafficked for sexual exploitation, domestic service and other horrendous experiences. Against this background, the Office of the National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons in partnership with the British High Commission in Kingston have developed a Human Trafficking e-learning tool to bolster Jamaica’s fight against the crime. Press play to hear more about how this app is seeking to help eliminate this global crime
Presenter: Anjuii James Sawyers
Producer: Anjuii James Sawyers
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Feature | April 9, 2020
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Presenter: Andrae Palmer
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Feature | April 9, 2020
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Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
Producer: Vanessa Silvera
Feature | April 8, 2020
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
Producer: Anthony Morgan
Feature | April 8, 2020
Each year the Government of Canada facilitates opportunities for Jamaican students to pursue academic studies in Canada through the EduCanada student recruitment fairs, staged by the Canadian High Commission. Student exchange initiatives are one of the key methods for Jamaicans to study in Canada. Trade Commissioner, Canadian High Commission, Yasmin Chong, was recently a guest on JIS Radio’s Studio 58A, where she outlined for host Vaughn Davis how student exchange works and how Jamaican students can benefit. Press play to hear more.  
Presenter: Anjuii James Sawyers
Producer: Vaughn Davis
Feature | April 8, 2020
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Presenter: Jermi-Lee Nelson
Producer: Jermi-Lee Nelson
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