Dennis Anthony Glasgow is a twenty-year-old Caribbean Youth Advocate for the advancements of Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights for young people. His advocacy career began at the Guyana Responsible Parenthood Association some years ago. This foundation coupled with his involvement in other areas of youth development led him to found ASPIRE Youth Network Guyana. The Youth Network deals primarily with Adolescent and Women’s Health and Rights; while still preparing young people to take part in meaningful advocacy and political engagements. Glasgow serves on a few Regional Committees that deal with various SRHR issues; these include the Youth Advocacy Steering Committee for PANCAP, the Caribbean Right Here Right Now Platform, the PAHO Regional Technical Working Group for the Elimination of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV and Syphilis, Women Deliver Young Leaders Programme; among other important youth spaces.
He holds a Diploma in Communication Studies from the University of Guyana, where he is approaching his final year pursuing the same degree. At the prime of his career, he sees himself as a Caribbean Cultural and Social Anthropologist working in the area of Youth Development through Education and Health. Dennis is also an actor and poet and intends to continue channelling those talents to affect social change through “Art advocacy”. Dennis loves soca music and having fun with his friends. He enjoys writing and socializing with other persons who share the same principles of human rights for all; regardless of their background.