Jamaica - Land we love


Noch eine traurige Nachricht hat uns erreicht. Unser langjähriges Mitglied Ilse Kessler ist im Dezember in Kingston verstorben. Read more
"It was with dismay that we learned of the sudden death of the German ambassador to Jamaica, Dr. Stefan Friedrich Keil. Mr. Keil had been appointed… Read more
At the end of the seventies everyone danced to “Rivers of Babylon” by Boney M. Hardly anyone understood the song, originally a Rastafarian confession.… Read more
When it comes to Jamaica's cultural legacy, music looms large, but the island also possesses a rich literary history that spans generations, and is… Read more
The concept of Caribbean Art Collection is to work as a mobile gallery using art as a media to expose the caribbean culture throughout Europe. Read more
The Jamaican-German Society, our sister society in Kingston, handed over our COVID-19 donation to the representatives of three children's homes in… Read more
This year's conference of the German-Jamaican Society took place from October 16 to 18, 2020 in the Koenigswinter Employee Center (AZK). Read more
Dear friends of the German-Jamaican Society, the corona pandemic has also reached Jamaica and has not remained without effects there. The number of… Read more

GJS Annual Conference 2020

Participants of the GJS conference 2018 in Koenigswinter prepare a Jamaican buffet

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Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaican Observer

“Reggae & Jamaica”

Helmut Phillipps introduces himself

Helmut Philipps has been a member of the German-Jamaican Society for many years. He works as a book author and journalist on the main topic "Reggae & Jamaica" and is as a speaker always welcome at the DJG conferences: https://www.facebook.com/Helmut.Philipps.Reggae/