Three specific recommendations for constitutional change were submitted jointly to the Trinidad & Tobago Constitution Reform…
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.
We’re always talking about young people taking the lead on issues of sexual orientation and…
In the coming weeks our community will either make a difference in our own lives, or lose an opportunity of a lifetime. Parliament will come the closest ever to outlawing discrimination based on sexual orientation. One letter can make a change.
Julian Kenny, the UWI professor and environmentalist who died yesterday, repeatedly stood up for the humanity of GLBT people, as a senator, a journalist and a scientist.
The first piece of legislation recognizing sexual orientation and related rights has been enacted in the history of Trinidad & Tobago. The Data Protection Act protects the right to privacy and to keep private and personal information about one’s sexual orientation or sexual life.