We aim to:

inform

To inform and educate people in Scotland and Jamaica about the significant links between the two nations.

strengthen

To strengthen the links between Scotland and Jamaica through a variety of creative partnerships and twinnings.

encourage

To encourage the people of Scotland and Jamaica to actively seek the wellbeing and prosperity of both nations.

through:

education

Setting up an informative website, producing leaflets, use of mass media, speaking engagements, supporting those who want to research more about the historical links between the nations.

partnership

Initiating same name town and village twinnings, schools and church partnerships. Establishing a homestay programme whereby Jamaicans with Scottish surnames stay with their counterparts in Scotland.

prosperity

Campaigning for the Scottish Government to recognise the nation’s debt to Jamaica and to establish a special relationship. Seeking ways to increase tourism and trade between the nations.

New Flag Up Project Leader

We are delighted to announce that Graham Campbell has agreed to be the new Project Leader for Flag Up Scotland Jamaica.

David Pott, the founder of Flag Up Scotland Jamaica writes: read more…