Positive and Proud
To commemorate World AIDS Day 2018, QueerTT.com in collaboration with the TT Pride Arts Festival, launches ‘Positive & Proud’ – in tribute to Denis (Deni) James and countless other members of the LGBTQIA family who were lost to us because of, or live with HIV/AIDS.
Deni was the Founder and Editor of the MSM publication – FreeForum: No Political Agenda, which was funded in part by UNAIDS and other international bodies. For many years, Deni shone a spotlight on the nuances of the issues faced by LGBTQIA persons in relation to HIV/AIDS and helped them to move past being another ‘positive’ statistic, to being ‘Proud & Positive’ about their lives.
QueerTT,com is ‘Proud & Positive’ about this new resource which will make information and education about HIV/AIDS more accessible to the LGBTQIA community. As we build, partnerships with related CBO’s, NGO’s and other stakeholders will result in tailored and consistent content.
Followers and visitors are encouraged to submit content for publication by writing to QueerTT.firstname.lastname@example.org
Be Positive and Proud
HIV AIDS – Stigma Associated With LGBT+
Living With HIV AIDS
Events . HIV/AIDS Reports and Publications
FreeForum Magazine Archives
Remembering Deni and FreeForum
2004 issue: no7
HIV/AIDS Medical Resources
• Aidsline – National AIDS Hotline of Trinidad & Tobago
• Caribbean HIV & AIDS Alliance – CHAA
Regional Head Office
Address: 122 Eastern Main Road, Tunapuna
Telephone: +868 223 9714
Fax: +868 223 6994
• Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA)
Address: 16-18 Jamaica Boulevard, Federation Park, PO Box 164, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
Telephone: +1 868 299 0820
• Caribbean Regional Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (CRN+)
Address: United Nations House, 3A Chancery Lane, Port of Spain
Telephone: +1 868 223 7059 Ext 230/231
• Minstry of Health – HIV/AIDS Agency
Address: Office of the Prime Minister, Level 6 Nicholas Tower, 63-65 Independence Square, Port of Spain
Telephone: +1 868 627 2664 Ext 5021
Fax: +1 868 625 3833
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the first World AIDS Day. Thirty years of activism and solidarity under the banner of World AIDS Day. Thirty years of campaigning for universal access to life-saving services to treat and prevent HIV. But after 30 years, AIDS is still not over. We have miles to go. more…
NGOs / CBOs/ Advocacy
SAT – The North West end of the Promenade (in front of Royal Bank)
On World Aids Day, Saturday 1st December 2018 we are hosting a booth on the Promenade. We are inviting you to join us for the presentation of the PAM trophy to our winning entrant at 10am at the PM booth situated at the North West end of the promenade, just in front of Royal Bank. We are also inviting through direct contact and/or various social media platforms, all our competition contestants and anyone infected or affected by HIV to join with us in solidarity in wearing a T-Shirt to fight stigma and discrimination towards PLHIV’s.