St. Paul's Foundation

For International Reconciliation

Working to create a world where all people are treated with respect and dignity without regard to their sexual orientation or gender identity.

About Our Work

SPF currently works with media initiatives in Africa and the Caribbean to support the publication and distribution of news articles, podcasts, videos, features and commentaries to advance LGBTI visibility and equality.

Recent stories from our partners

In London in April, Trinidadian/British activist Jason Jones celebrates the victory in his lawsuit to overturn the Trinidad anti-gay law -- and pushes for other Commonwealth countries to follow suit. (Photo courtesy of Edwin Sesange)

Court makes it official: Trinidad anti-gay law is dead

Trinidad’s High Court has confirmed and clarified its April decision that overturned the Caribbean island nation’s colonial-era anti-sodomy law. In ...
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Mohini Mahant (Photo courtesy of the Indian Express)

India: Lack of jobs for hijras and trans people

Mohini Mahant, the first transgender woman in India to be selected to sit as jurist for a court, spoke out about the ...
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Four trans citizens of Guyana (clockwise from upper left): Gulliver (Quincy) McEwan, Alessandra Hereman, Pheches (Joseph) Fraser and Angel Clarke. (Orpheao Griffith photos courtesy of Stabroek News and the Caribbean IRN Blog.

‘As a trans person in Guyana, you feel you’re in a jail yard’

It’s a tough life for transgender people in Guyana, as four feature profiles make clear. Excerpts below are reprinted from ...
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