Scores of persons including over 1200 students from 60 High Schools islandwide gathered at Mandela Park in St. Andrew for the 4th staging of the National Safe Schools’ Peace Day concert. Find out more on this week’s edition of CSJP in 5.
Papine Wellness Fest-Sports Extravaganza
The Citizen, Security and Justice Programme works with 50 communities across eight parishes and encourages each to form a sustainable community group. To this end, the Gordon Pen Community Based Organization recently acquired a regularized and registered status as a Benevolent society.
Restorative Justice is an integral part of the Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP). It is used to initiate and sustain peace building efforts in marginalized communities islandwide.
The Citizen, Security and Justice Programme in partnership with the Greater Maverley Consultative Committee Benevolent Society recently hosted the 2nd staging of Maverley Mix – a day of activities geared at fostering unity peace building.
The Ministry of Justice with the assistance of the Citizen Security and Justice Programme recently acquired a Mobile Unit to bring justice closer to Jamaicans who in many instances or cases would not have access to justice
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5 we continue to look at the work and impact of the Citizen, Security and Justice Programme in the August Town area.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5 we take a look at the work and impact of the Citizen, Security and Justice Programme in the August Town area.
Access to justice will be bolstered for persons in rural and inner-city communities with the acquisition of a mobile legal aid unit, with support from International donor partners, the Legal Aid Council and the Ministry of Justice.
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, find out how a Home Work Centre has been giving life to residents of De La Vega City in St. Catherine, and surrounding communities.
The leaders of the De La Vega City Community Development Committee and Benevolent Society can’t find enough words to describe how grateful they are for the support of the Citizen’s Security and Justice Programme, CSJP in their community.
The Men of Maverley were recently engaged in a social intervention reproductive health workshop geared towards bolstering peace building efforts and governance in the community to facilitate social cohesion. Social cohesion refers to a community’s ability to set shared goals and rules and to act cooperatively in defining, monitoring and counteracting social conflict and undesirable behavior.
Ensuring access to justice and judicial services for all Jamaicans in a bid to bolster community safety and security, is one of the core components of the Citizen, Security and Justice Programme (CSJP).
Parenting is a full time job with no manual and in the words of the Queen of Talk show Oprah Winfrey with every experience you alone are painting your own canvas thought by thought choice by choice. Find out more about how the combined Districts of Kingston Four Benevolent Society in partnership with the Citizen Security and Justice Programme is engaging parents and youth of the Greater Brownstown area to improve their parenting skills on
Majesty Garden residents Chisena Campbell and Philipe McFarlane are in a better position to access several employment opportunities, after successfully completing the Jamaican Foundation for Lifelong Learning High School Diploma Equivalency Programme
Sports, in the words of Nelson Mandela, has the power to unite people in a way that little else can. It can create hope where there was only despair. It breaks down racial barriers; laughs in the face of discrimination and speaks to people in a language they can understand. how sports has been fostering improved police and citizen relations in the Greater Allman Town community, on today’s edition of CSJP in 5.
Hundreds of stakeholders in Jamaica’s social and economic development drawn from Churches in Jamaica and in the Diaspora as well as various sectors, interest groups and institutions, were mobilised for the Jamaica Christian Diaspora Conference in Montego Bay, October 13 and 14. To build on initiatives at the national and community levels with increased support from the Diaspora Church and related networks for targeted and sustained high-impact development projects and activities in Jamaica.
Enhancing the delivery of and increasing access to community security and alternative justice services is one of the core objectives of the third phase of the Citizen, Security and Justice programme. Stay with us to hear more about how this was achieved, through a recently held justice fair in May Pen, Clarendon,
Montego Bay St. James was abuzz with activity on Wednesday September 21 as several residents schools and agencies gathered in the second city to commemorate International Peace Day
On today’s edition of CSJP in 5, we tell you more about how volunteerism can open the door of opportunities