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End Injustice Against Mentally Ill Persons Deemed “Unfit To Plea”: #JusticeForNoelChambers

Noel Chambers died after spending 40 years in prison without ever standing trial. He was found dead in his cell on January 27, 2020 emaciated, covered in insect bites, live bedbugs and bedsores On June 3, 2020 INDECOM published their quarterly report which highlighted their investigation into his death. It revealed that scores of persons imprisoned indefinitely without trial continue to suffer serious human rights violations.

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NEW PROJECTS – The Justice Report: Sep 2019

NEW PROJECTS – The Justice Report: Sep 2019

Open Government Partnership Earlier this year, Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) joined forces with a group of concerned civil society actors to call on the Jamaican Government to prioritise the fulfilment of its commitments under the Open Government Partnership (OGP)...

ADVOCATING FOR PATIENTS’ RIGHTS IN THE PUBLIC HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

ADVOCATING FOR PATIENTS’ RIGHTS IN THE PUBLIC HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

Since 2018, Jamaicans for Justice has noted a marked increase in the number of complaints received involving violations of the rights of patients as they engage with the public health sector. This has prompted us to take a closer look into the area of patients’ rights and within the realm of the right to health.

ARMADALE: STILL SEEKING ANSWERS 10 YEARS LATER

ARMADALE: STILL SEEKING ANSWERS 10 YEARS LATER

In the interest of public accountability and transparency, The JFJ legal and advocacy teams have continued to supported efforts to unearth documents that will clarify the actions of the government and their agents after the Armadale tragedy and to aid in advocacy to bring visibility to it.

JFJ WINS LANDMARK CASE FOR POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY

JFJ WINS LANDMARK CASE FOR POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY

On March 25, 2019, Jamaica’s highest Court of Appeal, The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council delivered a landmark judgement in a case filed by Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) against the Police Service Commission (PSC) challenging the promotion of an officer, involved in dozens of alleged unlawful killings, to the senior ranks of the police force.

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