10th January 2014
Leeds: Court protest staged for bisexual man facing deportation to Jamaica 1
7:15 PM — A protest has taken place outside an immigration court in Leeds over the plight of a bisexual man who faces deportation to Jamaica.
9th December 2013
Christian Concern: Tom Daley came out because his father died so Jamaica should keep its buggery law 89
4:30 PM — Christian conservatives in Jamaica are being urged by activists from the US and UK to resist against calls for the country to repeal its buggery law.
16th November 2013
Jamaican anti-discrimination organisation calls for celebration of Day for Tolerance 2
2:47 PM — One of the first organisations in Jamaica formed solely to tackle discrimination based on perceived sexual orientation, has invited all Jamaicans to celebrate the international Day for Tolerance.
11th October 2013
Jamaica: Murdered transgender teen’s house firebombed 6
12:29 PM — Four individuals living in the former home of murdered transgender teenager Dwayne Jones have escaped unharmed after a firebomb attack on the building.
3rd September 2013
Comment: With all eyes on anti-gay Russia, there are three countries with a shocking need for coverage 24
6:44 PM — Paul Canning looks critically at media coverage of the LGBT situation in Russia, highlighting other areas around the globe where hate crimes and violence have also soared, yet where media coverage is still minimal.
Jamaican police: Gay people are no more victims of crime than ‘the ordinary citizen’ 10
10:53 AM — A Jamaican Assistant Commissioner of Police has said LGBT are no more at risk of criminal abuse than any other group in the country, despite its current upsurge of homophobic hate crimes.
29th August 2013
In Photos: Remembering Jamaican transgender teenager Dwayne Jones
4:28 PM — A collection of images from Wednesday's vigil held outside the Jamaican Embassy in London in memory of murdered Jamaican transgender teenager Dwayne Jones.
28th August 2013
London vigil takes place today for Jamaican trans teenager Dwayne Jones 1
12:54 PM — A vigil is taking place outside the Jamaican Embassy in London this afternoon in memory of Jamaican transgender teenager Dwayne Jones.
Jamaican singer Sizzla defends fellow anti-gay artist by saying ‘gays should burn’ 40
12:13 PM — Jamaican reggae artist Sizzla has defended fellow singer Queen Ifrica from criticism over her recent use of homophobic language.
22nd August 2013
London vigil for murdered Jamaican trans teenager 4
11:59 AM — A vigil will be held next week outside the Jamaican Embassy in London in memory of murdered transgender teenager Dwayne Jones.
16th August 2013
The Queen: Monarch of 11 countries where being gay can land you in prison 107
1:35 PM — While the anti-gay laws in Russia have garnered a lot of International attention in recent weeks, it is still legal to be gay in the country. However, in other parts of the world, where The Queen is Head of State, gay people can be jailed for same-sex activity.
12th August 2013
Murdered Jamaican trans teenager Dwayne Jones suffered bullying from father and at school 10
7:10 PM — New details have emerged about the life of a murdered transgender teenager in Jamaica.
2nd August 2013
Human Rights Watch condemns killing of Jamaican transgender teenager 8
1:00 PM — Human Rights Watch has called on the authorities in Jamaica to conduct a "thorough, impartial and effective investigation" into last month’s killing of a transgender teenager.
23rd July 2013
Jamaica: 17-year-old ‘chopped and stabbed’ to death in homophobic attack 58
2:26 PM — A teenage boy has reportedly been killed in a suspected homophobic attack in Jamaica.
26th June 2013
Jamaica: Gay rights activist attempts constitutional challenge to anti-sodomy law 5
5:58 PM — A gay rights activist in Jamaica, was granted a court hearing on Tuesday, as he hopes to bring a constitutional challenge to the country's anti-sodomy law.
5th April 2013
UK: Judges accused of asking lesbian asylum seekers ‘inappropriate’ questions such as ‘Have you read Oscar Wilde?’ 11
5:25 PM — New research shows LGBT asylum seekers are regularly being asked “inappropriate and insensitive” questions by judges.
27th March 2013
Jamaica: LGBT film director says reports of homophobia are not exaggerated but ‘Jamaica will come around’ 2
2:49 PM — The director of a film investigating homophobia in Jamaica, featured a the LGBT Film Festival in London, has said the extent of the problem is not exaggerated.
11th March 2013
Video: Anti-gay Harlem Shake video urges Jamaica to ‘keep the buggery law’ 12
1:59 PM — An anti-gay video has surfaced on YouTube encouraging Jamaican lawmakers to keep the countries ‘buggery law’.
21st February 2013
Source: Jamaican supermarket attacked by gang of gay men in drag 7
3:29 PM — A Jamaican newspaper has claimed that an attack on a supermarket last weekend was carried out by a group of gay men, some of whom were in drag.
19th December 2012
Trinidad and Tobago: Prime Minister to give ‘due consideration’ to LGBT discrimination 4
2:48 AM — The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago has gone on record to say that she will give "due consideration" to the issue of discrimination raised by LGBT people.