Nicole Smythe-Johnson, Inaugural Tilting Axis Fellow 2017 Jamaican writer and independent curator, Nicole Smythe-Johnson, is currently visiting Grenada as the inaugural Tilting Axis Fellow. Hosted locally by Groundation Grenada, Nicole’s research focuses on Caribbean curatorial practice, particularly as it occurs
Audio Recording by Grenada Broadcast Dr. Hon. Ralph Gonsalves’ public lecture on the Grenada Revolution at Grenada Trade Centre March 14th 2016. The recording begins with an opening by Dr. Nicole Phillip-Dowe and remarks by the two host organizations, Ruggles
:: Melisa Boutin :: Education is highly valued in the Caribbean region, so much so, that many of us have shared childhood stories of parents, guardians and other society members drilling us to do well in school; read our school
The Mt. Zion Public Library and Resource Centre is the only public library in St. Georges. The team of librarians and volunteers have been building and supporting a growing community of readers since 2014. They announce the launch of their
:: by Maurice Tomlinson :: The island of Grenada is probably best known for the 1983 US-led invasion. However this beautiful tropical paradise also called the “Spice Isle” for the abundant nutmeg trees, as well as the exotic feel of
:: 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.
:: by eARTh :: Imagine going to one location to get top quality items created by young Grenadians! Well then, imagine the Youth Produce Market on December 19th 2015. This event is organized by eARTh, a new creative movement. Interested in selling your creations?
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
Is litigation around the criminalisation and lack of recognition of the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people, currently possible in the countries of the eastern Caribbean? This was the main question under interrogation as lawyers joined