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Jamma’s support of the Morally Contested Conservation

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Jamma's support
of the Morally Contested
Conservation

SUPPORTING THE MCC PROJECT

Jamma recently started supporting a new and interesting project known as the Morally Contested Conservation project, which is looking at morally contested issues affecting the sub-Saharan African people.

The project has since brought four students on board in collaboration with Cornell university, Oxford university, WWF Germany, and other sub-Saharan African partners. The students have been collecting various data on the moral attitudes, beliefs, and policy preferences regarding critical issues in conservation and development and identifying key points of divergence and convergence between rural and urban communities in several sub-Saharan African countries and internationally.

Some of the key questions the project will look at are as follows:

Who gets to make decisions over the sub-Saharan African wildlife and the people? What should successful conservation look like? Whose interests should take priority? How much harm should rural Africans bear in protecting wild animals and their habitats? Are local people part of the problem or part of the solution? Is it acceptable to remove people from their land to create space for wildlife? Which are more important, the rights of local people or the rights of individual animals?

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Jamma International fully supports this project in collaboration with the University of Oxford, Cornell University, and WWF Germany. The focus of this project is primarily on conservation areas in sub-Saharan Africa. The project is meant to crucially enable the inclusion of rural Africans, to better inform conservation and development policies in sub-Saharan Africa and internationally.
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Jamma’s support of the Morally Contested Conservation

Jamma fully agrees with Greenpeace’s mission to promote change that will create a healthier planet for future generations. Last month, we started supporting Greenpeace’s ‘Protect the Oceans’ campaign, which is dedicated to addressing the significant threats facing our oceans, including climate change, overfishing, plastic pollution, and mining.
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Jamma’s Support of Greenpeace

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Jamma’s Newest Team Members!

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Jamma's Newest
Team Members

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Jamma is proud to welcome our two newest members, Clausin Chulu and Nik Long, onto the team.

Please read on to discover a little more about our new Jamma interns. 

Clausin is a Zambian national and has been living in the UK since 2019. He is passionate about the conservation of biodiversity alongside community empowerment and education. Clausin has worked and contributed to conservation during his involvement with an NGO and its partners in Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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Nik is a British conservationist and ecologist who has worked extensively in Southern and East Africa. Growing up in the southeast of England, Nik was always fascinated by the natural world and at 18 travelled to South Africa to pursue a career in wildlife conservation. He spent more than a year working on a conservation project as a field guide and volunteer coordinator.

Jamma is currently looking for an office-based intern to support our existing projects through their technical and research skills.
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Jamma Internship: Open for Application

Jamma fully agrees with Greenpeace’s mission to promote change that will create a healthier planet for future generations. Last month, we started supporting Greenpeace’s ‘Protect the Oceans’ campaign, which is dedicated to addressing the significant threats facing our oceans, including climate change, overfishing, plastic pollution, and mining.
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Jamma’s Support of Greenpeace

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Mental Health Awareness Week

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Mental Health
Awareness Week

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This week is 2021's Mental Health Awareness Week, with connecting to nature as the theme.

"Nature is so central to our psychological and emotional health, that it’s almost impossible to realise good mental health for all without a greater connection to the natural world. For most of human history, we lived as part of nature. It is only in the last five generations that so many of us have lived and worked in a context that is largely separated from nature. And it is only since a 1960s study in the US found that patients who were treated in hospitals with a view of nature recovered faster, that science has started to unpack the extraordinary health benefits." - Mental Health Foundation

Here at Jamma, we clearly see the link between the wellbeing of people and the wellbeing of our planet. We have supported and worked in many partnerships with mental wellbeing organisations to ensure people have the rights to secure their own mental and physical wellbeing.

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Jamma fully agrees with Greenpeace’s mission to promote change that will create a healthier planet for future generations. Last month, we started supporting Greenpeace’s ‘Protect the Oceans’ campaign, which is dedicated to addressing the significant threats facing our oceans, including climate change, overfishing, plastic pollution, and mining.
Press Release

Jamma’s Support of Greenpeace

Jamma International fully supports this project in collaboration with the University of Oxford, Cornell University, and WWF Germany. The focus of this project is primarily on conservation areas in sub-Saharan Africa. The project is meant to crucially enable the inclusion of rural Africans, to better inform conservation and development policies in sub-Saharan Africa and internationally.
Press Release

Jamma’s support of the Morally Contested Conservation

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Jamma’s Support of Greenpeace

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Jamma's Support
of Greenpeace

SUPPORTING GREENPEACE

Greenpeace is a movement of people passionate about achieving their vision of a greener, healthier planet. By lobbying, campaigning, and educating the public, Greenpeace helps enact real change on a global scale.

Jamma fully agrees with Greenpeace's mission to promote change that will create a healthier planet for future generations. Last month, we started supporting Greenpeace’s ‘Protect the Oceans’ campaign, which is dedicated to addressing the significant threats facing our oceans, including climate change, overfishing, plastic pollution, and mining.

The Global Ocean Treaty, currently in negotiation at the United Nations, has the potential to create ocean sanctuaries that will protect at least 30% of our seas by 2030. Greenpeace is helping to bolster the positions of world leaders championing for the Global Ocean Treaty, as well as engaging potential new champions. A global network of ocean sanctuaries is a crucial step in protecting large parts of the ocean from destructive industries, especially in largely unregulated international waters. 

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Jamma is currently looking for an office-based intern to support our existing projects through their technical and research skills.
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Jamma Internship: Open for Application

The London Interdisciplinary School continues to be more relevant than ever, with it’s agile and resilient structure helping to adapt to Covid-19.
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The London Interdiscplinary School’s 2020 Summary

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The London Interdiscplinary School’s 2020 Summary

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The London Interdisciplinary
School's 2020 Summary

LIS IN 2020

The London Interdisciplinary School (LIS) reflects on how they adapted to Covid-19 in 2020, and how they are entering 2021 strongly.

By taking advantage of the school's nimble and resilient structure, LIS was able to adapt to 2020's numerous challenges. With their own degree awarding powers for the first undergraduate course of 100 students, LIS has secured a world-class teaching faculty and created a new curriculum focused on solving the problems of today. LIS has also been able to reach 4,483 students through digital and physical school visits, webinars, Discover Days, and mentoring which are being logged on their new digital platform called the Learning Hub. 

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Jamma is pleased to introduce Clausin and Nik, our newest team members!
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Jamma’s Newest Team Members!

Jamma International fully supports this project in collaboration with the University of Oxford, Cornell University, and WWF Germany. The focus of this project is primarily on conservation areas in sub-Saharan Africa. The project is meant to crucially enable the inclusion of rural Africans, to better inform conservation and development policies in sub-Saharan Africa and internationally.
Press Release

Jamma’s support of the Morally Contested Conservation