Jamaicans for Justice’s (JFJ’s) library and documentation centre provides books, reports, newspaper clippings and other documents on human rights and legal issues which may be referred to by the general public. Internet access and/or computer usage is available at a nominal fee as well as scanning, printing and copying services.
|Access to Information||Access to Information||5.5 KiB|
|Access to Information||Access to Information Peru||4.6 KiB|
|Access to Information||Access to Information South Africa||4.5 KiB|
|Access to Information||Access to information: a key to democracy||5.0 KiB|
|Access to Information||Jamaicans for Justice Social and Economic Justice||The Social and Economic Justice Situation (SEJ) Survey was designed to gather information about Jamaican’s experiences in realising key development rights. The survey was divided into seven core sections which asked respondents general and specific questions on the adequacy of their living standard (housing, food, and clothing) and their ability to realise the right to work, education, property ownership, healthcare, and social security. The Survey was designed to: complement qualitative data gathered through discussion sessions, provide us with the capacity to measure specific economic and social rights (ESR) indicators, and enable us to make informed guesses about the availability of and peoples’ access to particular resources.||494.9 KiB|
|Access to Information||Right To Information As A Matrix To Transform Societies||43.5 KiB|
|Jamaicans for Justice||JFJ Response To MOYC 2014 Review Committee Final Report Of Review Of JFJ Programme - AGM||429.6 KiB|