Community

A listing of LGBTQI+ Representative Groups

All related NGOs, CBOs, public agencies, advocacy groups and interested allies are welcomed to have a listing. If you would like to be included, please see the contact page.

    LGBTQI+ Events / Social



    Boycode

    Hosting the hottest themed parties in the Caribbean. There’s always something different to look forward to from Boycode.


    Events4Us

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    D’sistahood

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    Ms. Queen of Queens Pageant Co.

    Businesses



    Drink Lounge and Bistro

    A block back from Ariapita Ave, this cool little wine bar is a popular hangout for arty types and for the LGBT+ community, with a host of cultural happenings.

    LGBTQI+ Focused



    DECIDES TT

    DECIDES TT is a project that aims at contributing to reduce gender-based violence and LGBTI discrimination in Trinidad and Tobago.

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    Pride UWI

    PRIDE UWI aims to be a place where members of the LGBTQ+ community can meet, interact, and participate in fun and educational activities.

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    I AM ONE

    I Am One is a Trinidadian NGO that uses art, culture and research as tools to connect with individuals at all levels to build community, recognizing the inter-sectional nature of discrimination.

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    Trans Coalition

    Human Rights Advocacy Group For Transgender Women.


    Friends for Life (FFL)

    Friends for Life is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization. The mission of Friends For Life, is to provide Prevention, Care and Support services -which include developing helping relationships with clients and families of persons affected by and infected with HIV/AIDS.

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    Women’s Caucus

    Women’s Caucus

    Intersectional Allies



    Silver Lining Foundation

    On February 24th, 2012, a group of motivated young people came together to tackle bullying and suicide prevention for marginalised youth, after 16-year-old George Kazanjian tragically took his own life. George’s passing ignited a flame under these youths, a flame that burns even brighter today.

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    CAFRA

    CAFRA is a regional network of feminists, individual researchers, activists and women’s organisations that define feminist politics as a matter of both consciousness and action.

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    FPATT

    FPATT is a Leader in the Caribbean Region promoting and ensuring sexual & reproductive health and rights for all.

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