Cultural Management at parcel110 cultural centre, george town, grand cayman
The free roundtable community discussion is intended to allow individuals with a wide range of perspectives to explore the impacts of the Privy Council’s decision of 14th March 2022 on the LGBTQ community in the Caribbean and the Cayman Islands in particular, and the wider impact on the application on human rights norms. We have invited key panel members to participate, including Caymanian voices in the arts and culture community.
Moderator: Reshma Ragoonath, journalist, Cayman Compass
Panelists: Dr Leonardo Raznovich barrister, Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Intersectional Centre for Inclusion and Social Justice
Billie Bryan, founder and president of Colours Cayman
Dr Alecia Johns, D Phil (Oxon) Counsel, CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN LLP
Nicole Farrington, paralegal, Campbells
Tim Prudhoe, counsel for a same-sex couple in proceedings, STANBROOK PRUDHOE, Turks and Caicos Islands
The Right Honourable Sir Dennis Byron, Former President of the Caribbean Court of Justice
‘Human Rights in the Caribbean: Post Privy Council Decision’
In my most recent position as Cultural Programmer at Parcel110 cultural centre in George Town, I curated three large exhibitions and organized more than twenty other events, including seven panel discussions. The themes covered everyihg from crypto art in Cayman, abortion and LGBTQ rights, mental health, solar energy and political relevance of reggae. I liaised with most of the community leaders, creatives, academics, social activists, environmental youth community, artists, young musicians, and many more.