As concerned members of the Caribbean region and diaspora, we are outraged by the unreasonable and absurd charges of three counts of “malicious communication” under Section 9 (1) of the Cybercrimes Act of 2015 by the Jamaican state towards human
:: by Kimani Parke :: What is it to love without fear? How does it feel to love without prejudice? The sad and unfortunate reality is that many LGBT persons living in Grenada have no idea what this feels like.
Groundation Grenada and GrenCHAP will be presenting at a special hearing at the The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) on Monday 19th October 5:45pm to report on the criminalization of relations between persons of the same sex. The hearings
The Caribbean has attracted growing international attention as a hub of new art practices and emerging artists. Within this Kingston-based visual art initiative NLS (New Local Space) has established itself as a frontrunner providing a valuable international platform for the
As many of you know, Groundation Grenada is committed to being a safe space for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. We are also committed to actively fighting all forms of oppression. In this regard we have partnered