GrenCHAP Celebrates Zero Discrimination Day

GrenCHAP is celebrating UNAIDS Zero Discrimination Day on Tuesday, 1 March 2016. We encourage Grenadians to stand in solidarity with victims of discrimination worldwide by making a social media post using the hashtags #ZeroDiscrimination #GrenCHAP. “Zero…

World Press Freedom Day 2016

GrenCHAP acknowledges UNESCO’s World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) with the 2016 theme being: Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms — This Is Your Right. In late 2015, United Nation states adopted seventeen Sustainable Development…

Help Victims Become Survivors Without Fear

by Kimani Parke – GrenCHAP It is very easy to sit at the sidelines and wonder why they stay. It’s even easier to say “they’re stupid” or “that could never be me.” Understand this — domestic violence seldom begins the way…

LGBTI Awareness Training Held with Police

LGBTI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Intersex) awareness training for police and other community stakeholders was held at the Special Services Unit (SSU) Camp at Point Salines, from 2 to 5 November, 2015. The awareness building exercise…

Loving Your LGBT Child Without Fear

by Kimani – GrenCHAP Most Caribbean LGBT persons are products of Christian families – heterosexual families. Our parents did the “right” thing, raised us the “right” way, yet we are who we are; the very same children you birthed,…

Grenadians Present at Inter-American Human Rights Commission

Groundation Grenada and GrenCHAP will be presenting at a special hearing at the The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) on Monday, 19 October at 5:45 pm, to report on the criminalization of relations between persons of the same…

The Right to Live and Love Without Fear of Discrimination

by Kimani – GrenCHAP 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. Let us be abundantly clear,…

Regional LGBT Litigation and Advocacy Meeting

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…

GrenAIDS Year in Review

“HIV is a disease with stigma and we have learned with experience, not just with HIV and AIDS but with other diseases, countries for many reasons are sometimes hesitant to admit they have a problem” – Margaret Chan   Established…