Culture or Callousness

By Danielle Greer By definition calypso is supposed to be a genre of music that tackles key political and social issues arising in a country. Finlay Jeffrey also known as “Scholar” produced a thinly veiled personal attack in his calypso…

Colours

by Mathew Anthony When I hear Red, I hear Life; A life that I long for A life that I wish to make a difference in A life where love takes over all. When I think Orange, I think healing; Healing the broken hearted Healing the sick Healing…

International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

by Ajani Benoit 17 May is recognised by many across the world as the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, or IDAHO for short. To mark this auspicious day that often goes unnoticed, GrenCHAP hosted a night of laughter,…

Population Size Estimate of Key Populations

On 16 and 17 May, the Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition (CVC) in partnership with the University of Alabama at Birmingham hosted a Population Size Estimate (PSE) Analysis and Validation Workshop of Men who have Sex with Men (MSM),…

Mind your goddamn business

by Danielle Greer With the latest entries on social media aimed at alienating and discriminating against an individual who is allegedly living with HIV, we again need to be mindful of how we treat other people. Individuals have been sharing…

Celebrating International Women's Day

by Danielle Greer I normally do not spend much time thinking about International Women’s Day. It has always been a passing day that I vaguely acknowledge and move on with my life. It seems like there should be more reflection, but the…

Moving towards Zero discrimination

by Ajani Benoit I often reflect on the impact that stigma and discrimination have on the lives of people around me. But as 1 March approaches, I find myself thinking about how I can join the rest of the world in celebrating Zero Discrimination…

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…