This is the question that the Jamaica Information Service (JIS) is asking, as it officially kicks off its 2013 Heritage Essay Competition. The agency, which is this year celebrating its 50 th anniversary as the information arm of the government, is inviting students between 9 and 12 years of age to enter the competition and have a go at the question in 400 to 500 words.
December 5, 2013 Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen (right), and Chief Executive Officer, Jamaica Information Service (JIS), Donna-Marie Rowe, share in the proud moment of JIS 2013 Heritage Essay Competition winner, Shemar Willis.
It was a moment of sheer pride and utter jubilation for 10-year old Shemar Willis, as he was announced the winner of the Jamaica Information Service’s (JIS) 2013 Heritage Essay competition during an awards ceremony held today (November 29) at King’s House.
The Jamaica Information Service (JIS) has extended the deadline for entries to the 2013 Heritage Essay Competition. Students now have until midnight on Thursday, October 31, to submit their entries, which is a seven-day extension from the previous deadline of October 25.
Jamaica’s National Housing Trust funded the prizes for the 2010 contests. Due to resource constraints, the competitions were not held in 2011 or 2012, but a pledged contribution from the Yellow Bird Foundation of Canada has enabled the resumption of the project in early 2013.
The competition, which closes on November 30, requires students who are CARICOM nationals to submit written letters or essays to the CARICOM Secretary General expressing a vision for advancing the region’s sustainable energy transition. Tertiary and secondary students are invited to enter the CARICOM Energy Month Regional Youth Essay Competition.
The Office of the Public Defender (OPD) is inviting young Jamaicans to enter its Nationwide Essay Competition aimed at making them more aware of their rights. The competition targets young people between the ages of 13 to 25 and participants will compete in two age categories.
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About the Award: The Human Rights Essay Award is an annual competition sponsored by the Academy that seeks to stimulate the production of scholarly work in international human rights law. Participants have the flexibility to choose any subject related to the assigned topic. The essay must be a legal article.
Sponsors jump on board JIS Heritage Essay competition. Wednesday, October 23, 2013. THE Jamaica Information Service (JIS) says that a number of sponsors have come on board its Heritage Essay.
Arising out of the programme's lectures, tours and seminars, students were invited to submit entries to the essay, science and poster competitions. Students who submitted outstanding entries were awarded cash awards and other prizes from the PCJ and its partners including the PetroCaribe Development Fund, PETCOM, Jamaica Public Service, Half Moon Resort and Sandals.
Jamaica Creative Writing Deadline Extended to May 19. The Jamaica Creative Writing Competition and Exhibition will continue accepting entries in the areas of Essay, Novel, Play, Poetry and Short Story as the deadline for entries has been extended to Friday, May 19. A signature programme of the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC).
Organised by the JCDC, an agency of the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Jamaica Creative Writing Competition has been one of the best channels of providing writers with the opportunity of recognising and validating their writing talent, while showcasing and promoting writers and their original work.
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Impact Of Crime On Jamaica’s Economy. 2761 words (11 pages) Essay in Criminology. According to the Global Competitiveness Report 2012-2013, Jamaica’s competitive rating was ranked at 141 out of 144 countries which measures 12 criteria, and Jamaica performed the worst in the category of macroeconomic performance and business cost of crime.
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The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition has been gathering English language entries of aspiring young writers' thoughts on key issues of the day since 1883. With children across the Commonwealth out of school, we are delighted to share a message from our Vice-Patron HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, inspiring children and young people to enter The Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020.
FIFTEEN-year-old, fourth form student of William Knibb High School in Trelawny, Danielle Pritchard, is the 2013 winner of the Access to Information (ATI) National High School Essay Competition.
Essays may be submitted by anyone up to 25 years old (as of June 15, 2020) in one of the following age categories: a) Children (ages up to 14) b) Youth (ages 15 - 25) Essays must be 700 words or less in English, French, Spanish or German, or 1600 characters or less in Japanese, excluding essay title and cover page. Essays may be typed or printed.