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Human Rights Discussion this Friday! (Postponed)

March 5, 2013

Our Co-founder, Richie Maitland, is Grenada’s freshest face on the Human Rights and Constitutional Law scene. He has published work about sexual minority/gender discrimination in the region and is a strong voice in the struggle against homophobia. Richie has been invited by the St. George’s University Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (DPHPM) to be a part of it’s first…

Human Rights Panel Discussion on Marginalized and Vulnerable Populations

DPHPM Conference Room

St. George’s University

Friday March 8, 2013

 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Error of Repetition (Where are You?), 2011 by Titus Kaphar

Error of Repetition (Where are You?), 2011 by Titus Kaphar


This inaugural discussion will focus on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) health, stigma, rights, and violations in Grenada and around the world.
This event is open to the public and refreshments will be served.

Dr. Peter Gamache, a Visiting Professor from the Turnaround Achievement Network located in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA will facilitate the discussion. In terms of the format for the event, the first part of the discussion will focus on understanding the needs of the LGBT community, and the second would center on discussing the feasibility of next steps for research, advocacy, and policy by using structural change objectives.

We look forward to seeing you there on Friday!  In the meantime, take in this music video for “Minority” by award-winning Namibian acoustic soul artist, Shishani. Its smooth melody and straight forward lyrics are a call for justice and equality of all people regardless of differences.

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