Caribbean Media Survey Now Online

“Homophobia And Transphobia In Caribbean Media” a baseline study, is now available online. The groundbreaking research was conducted by United and Strong Inc and the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) in collaboration with United Belize Advocacy Movement (UniBAM), PETAL, Groundation Grenada, Guyana Rainbow Foundation (GuyBow) and J-Flag.

Media survey partners - IGLHRC, U&S, Groundation, J-Flag, GuyBow, UniBAM and Petal
Media survey partners – IGLHRC, U&S, Groundation, J-Flag, GuyBow, UniBAM and Petal

Monitoring media in five countries, Belize, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, it is the first ever LGBTI-focused media-monitoring project in the English-speaking region. The study, conducted in 2014, is intended to inform advocacy around the full recognition of rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, particularly in the Caribbean. The report has already received very positive feedback during an initial limited release. The study will be officially launched later this month. Download your copy of Homophobia And Transphobia In Caribbean Media. This baseline study is accompanied by a Media training manual. A  copy of which is available here .

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