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Correcting Nicki
Fri, 2012-11-09 13:48, - 0 Comments

Suddenly all of Trinidad and Tobago is obsessed with HIV data. And all it took was a flub by a rap super star cum AIDS advocate. Read more about Correcting Nicki

Love in the time of HIV
Mon, 2012-06-25 12:32, - 0 Comments

June 29 2012 is Regional Testing Day. Ahead of Friday's mass testing we wonder whether there's a difference between the way young and older people treat with the issue. How do you feel about finding out your status?
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Positive and pregnant
Thu, 2012-05-17 15:18, - 0 Comments

Two HIV positive Trinidadian women share what it took for their babies to be born HIV free. Read more about Positive and pregnant

Advocate's attack underlines need for equal protection
Mon, 2012-02-13 14:45, - 0 Comments

With intimidation, insults and assault, a couple of unidentified men have brought into focus the vulnerability and inequity endured by sexual minorities in Belize. Read more about Advocate's attack underlines need for equal protection

Reconstruction and HIV in Haiti
Tue, 2012-02-07 11:51, - 0 Comments

A lot of recent attention has focused on the failings of the reconstruction efforts in Haiti since the devastating earthquake which hit in January 2010. There is little doubt that many of the criticisms are well founded. Read more about Reconstruction and HIV in Haiti

Our buggery laws, our business?
Tue, 2012-01-31 16:43, - 0 Comments

 Do you welcome either incentives, pressure or “affirmative” policies from foreign governments for legal reform and social protection surrounding GLBT issues in this region? Read more about Our buggery laws, our business?

Are voters less swayed by homophobia?
Thu, 2012-01-19 06:40, - 0 Comments

Is gay-bashing becoming less attractive to voters in Jamaica and the wider Caribbean? Read more about Are voters less swayed by homophobia?

Calling all Caribbean people
Wed, 2012-01-11 13:25, - 0 Comments

Whatever your HIV status, belief system, nationality, age, race, sexuality, gender identity or political views, we welcome you. Come. Let’s talk. Read more about Calling all Caribbean people