Today the CCJ heard arguments via teleconference by legal representatives of Maurice Tomlinson, the state of Belize and the state of Trinidad and Tobago
Quite a bit of sensation and misreporting has been generated in the local, regional and international media about a proposed legal challenge to the immigration law of Trinidad & Tobago. Here are some clarifications of what’s actually taking place.
Occupy Christmas. Turn water into wine; throw the moneylenders out. Have yourself a merry little Christmas, make the yuletide gay, and gather friends near who are dear to you. It can be a tough season for us…
Mia Mottley wakes up the stale HIV meeting circuit, asking: We’ve had control of our nations for two generations. What kind of society do we want to build? What kind of people do we want to raise?
Why do modern independent Caribbean states, where people have fought for centuries to free our bodies from enslavement, exploitation of our labour and the right to dance still defend laws that say adults cannot use our bodies in mutually consenting ways with each other sexually?
Over 30 Caribbean associations in 16 territories working on reproductive, sexuality and HIV issues pay condolence and tribute to the life of slain Sexual Minorities Uganda human rights defender David Kato Kisule, noting his inspiration as an African defender of sexual rights
As CARICOM citizens, we are proud that a majority of Caribbean nations stood up in the United Nations and voted together to recognise that people (of different sexual orientation) continue to be the target of murder in many of our societies, and they are more at risk than many other groups.