Provide information to citizens of human rights being denies in their country and work with policymakers to dispel myths and promote pro-trans policies.
As we get set to launch the findings of our Caribbean Trans Survey we now have data that this community exist.
Transgender people are continuing to face widespread stigma, discrimination and social rejection in the Caribbean. In most countries in the region, there is no legal recognition of transgender people’s affirmed gender identity. Without official documents that recognize their gender identity, transgender people are often denied access to basic rights, including the right to health, education, justice and social welfare. Transgender people are also more susceptible to violence, including physical and sexual violence.
Designated individuals within country to be a leader in their own community and educate about the current state of affairs in their communities
Provide members in the community with tips and guides for promoting health
Driving awareness on gender identity
Promote education on trans issues and impacts