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Parliamentary News Services
Founder and Managing Director
PNP's SE St Andrew Constituency
Deputy General Secretary
Kingston and Montego Bay Freezone Company
Finance & ICT
Chairman of the Committees
Chairman of the Scam Inter-Ministerial Committee
Jamaica Urban Transit Company Limited
Cyber Emergency Response
People's National Party
Hope Valley Experimental Primary School
University of the West Indies , Mona
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
first class honours degree
University of the West Indies
master's of law degree
Jamaica Investment Forum : 2015
Hon. Julian J. Robinson, MP
Minister of State Science, Technology, Energy and Mining Hon. Julian J. Robinson, MP Julian Robinson is the Minister of State in the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining. He also serves as the Deputy General Secretary of the People's National Party. His vision of Jamaica is a developed, knowledge-based, industrialized society driven by appropriate developmental policies, sustained by significant investments in the information and communications technology sector and fuelled by innovation, enterprise and a highly competent labour force. Before entering representational politics, Min. Robinson began his career as a Management and e-Business Consultant in London, where he worked for international firms IBM, a multinational technology and consulting corporation and Scient Corporation, one of the first e-Business systems innovators with headquarters in the United States. He also worked at Jamaica's trade and investment promotion agency, JAMPRO, where he was instrumental in positioning Jamaica as a major player in the ICT outsourcing industry by attracting several international companies to the island to establish offshore operations.
Julian Robinson to lift PNP on people, processes and policies
BY: Loop News 18:35, December 5, 2016 187 views New general secretary of the People's National Party (PNP), Julian Robinson, aims to rebuild the fortunes of the party on a platform of people, processes and policies, which he has labelled the Three Ps. Robinson, in his addresses to the party's National Executive Council (NEC) at Cedar Grove High School in Portmore on Sunday, also said that his tenure in the position will be on the principles of fairness, impartiality and professionalism - principles he attributes to himself while being deputy general secretary. In explaining his vision, Robinson said that with people, the leadership of the party at all level must reflect and be able to relate to the population we serve and must do so with humility and dignity. Processes, he said, will be the way the party does things and must be consistent with 21st century best practices; and policies and programmes must always aim to uplift the quality of life for the majority of Jamaican people and must reflect the principles of social justice, equality of opportunity and the building of an egalitarian society. He said, "importantly, as a party we must reaffirm what we stand for as a political movement. We must situate our ideology within the context of our current realities, without compromising our core values. "This is critical as party members must be able to clearly articulate our shared vision and convince the population to invest their hopes and aspirations in the party and to trust us with the awesome responsibility of handling state power," Robinson told the NEC. One of the rising young members of the PNP, Robinson has moved from being councillor of the Trafalgar Division to Member of Parliament for South East St Andrew. His rise within the PNP continued when he was elected deputy general secretary. On Sunday, Robinson got the position of general secretary, after the controversial Paul Burke relinquished the post. That philosophy not only speaks to a meaningful show of respect, an openness to new thinking, a platform from which to look forward with hope; but also it speaks to the setting of an atmosphere of togetherness and collegiality on which our efforts as comrades must be anchored," Robinson said. Tags: Julian Robinson NEC National Executive Council
In a newspaper article published June 13, 2014, Member of Parliament for South East St. Andrew and State Minister in the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining, Hon. Julian Robinson said there was a need to help homeless gays in his constituency as they have gained national and international attention.
J-FLAG is imploring Minister Julian Robinson and local authorities to develop programmes that will address this issue in his constituency, where a large number of homeless LGBT persons have taken refuge.
(re)Presenting and Redressing LGBT Homelessness in Jamaica
Information obtained through the Access to Information Act has revealed that Phillip Paulwell, minister of science, technology, energy and mining, and his junior minister, Julian Robinson, went on 16 trips at a cost of just... [...]