Trinidad and Tobago: Sexual Culture and HIV

Authors/editor(s): Professor Rhoda Reddock, Deputy Principal and Professor of Gender and Development Studies; Dr. Sandra Reid, Senior Lecturer, Psychiatry Unit, Department of Clinical Medical Sciences; Dr. Tia Smith Cooper, Lecturer, Communication Studies, Department; and Ms. Tisha Nickenig, Projects Coordinator, IGDS

This research brief is a part of a multi-country study titled "Building Responsive Policy: Gender, Sexual Culture and HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean". This International Development Research Centre (IDRC Canada)-funded research undertaken in Barbados, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago (2008-09) was executed by the UN Women Multi-Country Office - Caribbean with partners - the University of the West Indies' (UWIHARP), Cave Hill, Barbados; the Stichting Ultimate Purpose, Suriname; the UWI Institute for Gender & Development Studies (IGDS) St Augustine Unit, Trinidad and Tobago; as well as UNICEF.

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Trinidad and Tobago: Sexual Culture and HIV

Bibliographic information

Geographic coverage: Latin America and the Caribbean; Barbados

Subject area(s): Sexuality; Gender, culture and society; HIV and AIDS

Resource type: Case studies

UN Women office involved in publication: Multi-Country Office – Caribbean

Publication year: 2011

Number of pages: 20

Publishing entities: United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women)