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Changing costly laws? - Caribbean IRN Update July, August, September 2021

Extract from EL MATRIMONIO Y LA UNIÓN DE HECHO AFECTIVA COMO FUENTES DE CONSTITUCIÓN DE LAS FAMILIAS Changing costly laws  4.2 billion US Dollars is the cost of homophobia in the Caribbean according to a study published by Open for Business Caribbean.  Guyana Trans United organises a panel led by Candacy Gulliver McEwan, Alessandra Hereman ,  Annie Megnauth and Kenny Harrinarine to talk about the recent removal of the 'cross dressing' laws from Guyana's books and the impact on transgender lives in Guyana.   CAISO launches " Finding an Equal Place at Work : A Model LGBTI+ Workplace Policy for Trinidad & Tobago" In Cuba, version 22 of the draft Family Code opens up the definition of family to include families with same sex partners and unions of persons regardless of gender. The IOM publishes the "Guyana Needs Assessment on Migration Governance " i n which they note that "LGBTIQ+ migrants in Guyana remain in a vulnerable state as they are crimi