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Poor people suffering tremendously from impact of Covid-19

By Red Thread Dear Editor, The Covid-19 pandemic has affected people all over the world, some more than others, but we want to focus on what is happening to us in Guyana. We are concerned about  a number of issues affecting poor people in our daily lives in  Guyana and we need answers and clarification […]

Moving Forward forum hears calls for racism to be addressed

By Stabroek News Staff Stating that racism needs to be addressed in order for the country to move forward, participants of a virtual speak-out hosted on Friday by Red Thread called for justice for Joel and Isaiah Henry and Haresh Singh, the three teenagers who are believed to have been killed on the basis of their […]

Red Thread Speak Out

By Red Thread DEAR EDITOR, Red Thread extends condolences to the families and loved ones of Josh Henry, Isaiah Henry, Haresh Singh, Prettipaul Hargobin, and joins those calling for an end to violence in our beloved Guyana. We are organising a virtual speak out, Moving Forward Better, to bring Guyanese together to reflect on what […]

Virtual speak-out on Moving Forward Better

By Red Thread Dear Editor, Red Thread extends condolences to the families and loved ones of Josh Henry, Isaiah Henry, Haresh Singh, Prettipaul Hargobin, and joins those calling for an end to violence in our beloved Guyana. We are organising a virtual speak-out, Moving Forward Better, to bring Guyanese together to reflect on what living […]

2019 Summer Camp

In August 2019, we began this work with a Summer Camp, as a living legacy dedicated to Andaiye’s memory. The summer program drew thirty (30) children from the Georgetown communities surrounding the Red Thread Centre for a week of activities (August 19-25), that included a sports and recreation day at the Malteenoes Sports Club; art classes; steelpan workshops and a day visit at the Buxton community centre; a […]

The dignified life in Guyana – Respecting women, gays, young people, migrants and keeping the oil in the ground?

By Vidyaratha Kissoon This article is an edited version of his blogpost that appeared on August 19:  https://churchroadman.blogspot.com/2019/08/the-dignified-life-in-guyana-respecting.html Afternoon of a Sunday which started with a lot of rain and there is a gathering of people to talk about the right to dignified lives in Guyana.  Dignified life far from my mind as I choose a […]

CJIA sexual harassment scandal… Red Thread lends solidarity to victims with protest

By Kaieteur News Staff https://www.kaieteurnewsonline.com/2019/06/28/cjia-sexual-harassment-scandal-red-thread-lends-solidarity-to-victims-with-protest/?fbclid=IwAR2NJRnVxjDn2BK-YSPeZB-PidOuIwUjZTUCSWc_qDOIRbopttTvKI91BdI In an effort to bring awareness to sexual harassment in the workplace, members of the Red Thread Association yesterday, staged a protest in front of the Ministry of Social Protection on Brickdam. The protest was also done to lend support to the alleged victims of the CJIA sexual harassment scandal […]

Red Thread report finds overwhelming increase in abuse over the years

By Guyana Times Staff Red Thread report finds overwhelming increase in abuse over the years There has been a significant increase in the various forms of abuse over the years – as is evident in news reports. This conclusion was made recently as Red Thread presented its findings from a two-year project at the University […]

Red Thread on a mission to end Domestic Violence

By Kaieteur News Staff Red Thread on a mission to end Domestic Violence Red Thread is slowly moving to establish a systematic and holistic approach to addressing domestic violence in Guyana.  The group is currently finalising a report on its two-year project implemented through funding from the US Department of State. Red Thread Coordinator Karen […]

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