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PHOTOS: Sixth Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference

Published:Monday | June 15, 2015 | 6:37 PM
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller at the Diaspora Conference with Professor Neville Ying, executive director, Jamaica Diaspora Institute and Edmund Bartlett, Opposition spokesman on Tourism.
(From left) State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Arnaldo Brown, Foreign Affairs Minister AJ Nicholson, Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, Professor Neville Ying, executive director, Jamaica Diaspora Institute and Edmund Bartlett, Opposition spokesman on Tourism.
Anthony Hylton, Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, greets Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon, Doreen Lawrence, OBE with a warm embrace on the second day of the Sixth Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference at the Montego Convention Centre in St James, June 15, 2015. Observing in the background is Earl Jarrett, General Manager, Jamaica National Building Society.
Eddie Wray of the Rastafari Indigenous Village chats with Wayne Thomas from Canada during the Diaspora Conference underway in Montego Bay.
Canadian High Commissioner to Jamaica, Robert Ready (left); Earl Jarrett, General Manager, Jamaica National Building Society and Don Wehby, GraceKennedy Chief Executive Officer, have a pleasant exchange during the Official Opening Ceremony and Reception at the Sixth Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference at the Montego Convention Centre in St James, yesterday, June 14, 2015.
Earl Jarrett, General Manager, Jamaica National Building Society and Luis Moreno US Ambassador to Jamaica, greet during the Official Opening Ceremony and Reception at the Sixth Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference at the Montego Convention Centre in St James, yesterday, June 14, 2015.
Diaspora conference participants at one of the booths.
The Gleaner Online's brand manager Terri-Karelle Reid making a presentation at the Diaspora Conference
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Hundreds of people have converged on the western city of Montego Bay, St James for the sixth Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference now underway.

See some of the highlights in photos: