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 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.
The Caribbean Forum for Liberation and Acceptance of Genders and Sexualities (CariFLAGS) joins in expressing shock and deep sadness at the news of the untimely death of our colleague, LGBTI, HIV and Human Rights Advocate Zenita Nicholson. Zenita was a
ComplexdWoman, created by Grenadian Kered Clement in 2010, is a lifestyle magazine celebrating women of all shades, shapes and sizes. The magazine’s gender issue was launched yesterday, August 19th 2013, in time with “Everyone Has a Right to Be” Caribbean
On 16th May 2012, Senator Verna St. Rose Greaves of the Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child Development in Trinidad & Tobago, made a groundbreaking statement at a stakeholders meeting held to discuss the proposed National Gender Policy. “Our approach is