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JFJ Calls for Law Reform to Combat Unjust School Rules

On July 31, 2020, The Supreme Court of Jamaica ruled against the family of a girl who was told to cut her locks in order to attend classes at Kensington Primary School. The Court has NOT yet produced a written judgement, so we cannot comment on the specific...

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JFJ Calls for Law Reform to Combat Unjust School Rules

On July 31, 2020, The Supreme Court of Jamaica ruled against the family of a girl who was told to cut her locks in order to attend classes at Kensington Primary School. The Court has NOT yet produced a written judgement, so we cannot comment on the specific...

Safeguard INDECOM’s Independence: Reform the INDECOM Act

Safeguard INDECOM’s Independence: Reform the INDECOM Act

On May 27, 2020, Minister of Justice the Honourable Delroy Chuck tabled a motion in Parliament regarding amendments to the INDECOM Act, 2010. This action follows a recent ruling of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council – Jamaica’s highest court of appeal – on...

Justice Services For Victims  Of Gender-Based Violence (GBV)

Justice Services For Victims Of Gender-Based Violence (GBV)

Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) has now established services directed to victims of gender-based violence. The Justice Services for Victims of Gender-Based Violence framework provides affected persons with key redress and legal services free of cost to help them navigate...

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Child Rights, Safety & Justice

JFJ Calls for Law Reform to Combat Unjust School Rules

On July 31, 2020, The Supreme Court of Jamaica ruled against the family of a girl who was told to cut her locks in order to attend classes at Kensington Primary School. The Court has NOT yet produced a written judgement, so we cannot comment on the specific...

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Work with JFJ: Video Production

Jamaicans for Justice is developing a dynamic campaign on violence against children and women. Our aim is to captivate attention in a lasting way using video and audio content that both raises awareness and disrupts harmful attitudes. We'll be producing short buy...

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Founded in 1999, Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) is a non-government human rights and social justice organisation. JFJ serves hundreds of Jamaicans each year by providing legal services in response to human rights violations, working on legislation and policy, campaigning for social justice causes, and conducting high-impact research that shape the national human rights agenda.
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