Creative Futures Jamaica and Jamaica Education Taskforce UK Partnership launch at Imperial College London on Thursday 1st June 2017,6.30pm
JET-UK aims to contribute expertise and philanthropy within the UK Diaspora towards the development of education in and for Jamaica (JA); promoting innovation, excellent practice, sustainability, thereby increasing the overall global competitiveness of Jamaica and its Diaspora.
Rudi Page, Adviser, Creative Futures Jamaica, stated “JET-UK are ideal partners for the CDDS: Caribbean Diaspora Management & Information System, as we contiune to promote Global Diaspora networking with Academic Institutions, Knowledge Management and Technology Partners to enable clarity and definition for utilising the intangible assets of Intellectual Capital and Creativity as leverage for promoting enterprise.
This year marks the 10th Anniversary, since Dr Sunday Popo-Ola and myself co-ordinated the inaugural Creative Futures, September 2007, which attracted 35 young people from Harlesden and Lewisham, over 1,000 have benefited from this innovative programme”.
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Imperial College London
Dr Sunday Popo-Ola, Lecturer, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Imperial College London
Seymour Mattis, Chair, Jamaica Education Taskforce-UK (JET-UK)
Rudi Page, Adviser, Creative Futures Jamaica