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Ugandan trans, sex-worker activists target HIV
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[On July 1] several members of Come Out Post Test Club (COPTEC) gathered for a community meeting aimed at enhancing their knowledge about HIV/ AIDS and human rights. The event attracted 55 members of the LGBTI and sex workers' communities, who ...



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Uganda helps minorities, except those most in need of help
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A huge flaw prevents Uganda's Equal Opportunities Commission from fulfilling its responsibility for protecting marginalized people from discrimination. By law, it is not authorized to act on behalf of the most marginalized Ugandans — those who behave ...



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US-based church votes to support LGBTI Africans
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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR MR & MISS PRIDE UGANDA 2015 July 1, 2015; Cindy's Struggle for Survival July 1, 2015; COPTEC Continues Struggle for HIV Free LGBTI Community July 1, 2015; OUTED to be Screened at the International Film Festival ...

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22 truly inclusive Jamaican hotels and resorts
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Tourism is Jamaica's major foreign exchange earner and can therefore be leveraged to assist with LGBTI liberation on the island. However, I support positive provocation instead of a boycott (which would hurt the very people that we seek to help) and I ...

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Honors for African LGBTI heroes at London Pride
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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR MR & MISS PRIDE UGANDA 2015 July 1, 2015; Cindy's Struggle for Survival July 1, 2015; COPTEC Continues Struggle for HIV Free LGBTI Community July 1, 2015; OUTED to be Screened at the International Film Festival ...

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Monthly Archives: July 2015
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Hurray for Mozambique, where a new Penal Code took effect this week, eliminating a previous law against same-sex intimacy. Many publications reported the change this week and last, which is appropriate. It's big news, because so many other African ...

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Church turmoil: US supports, Nigeria hates same-sex vows
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The anti-gay Church of Nigeria has distanced itself from a Nigerian archbishop because he opposes a Nigerian law that provides a 14-year prison sentence for anyone entering into a same-sex marriage. In response, Nigerian activist Davis Mac-Iyalla ...

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Jamaican activist ends challenge to anti-sodomy law
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A young Jamaican gay rights activist who brought an unprecedented legal challenge to the Caribbean island's anti-sodomy law has withdrawn the claim after growing fearful about violent backlashes, advocacy groups and colleagues said Friday. Last year ...

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Monthly Archives: July 2014
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Iranian activists are making a new push for recognition of the human rights of LGBT people in Iran, in particular for an end to the nation's coercive advocacy of sex-change surgery for LGBT people. Shadi Amin, coordinator of the Iranian … Continue ...

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Farklı bir isim BURAK COP !
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Burak Cop.. Tek başına mevcut iktidara karşı ciddi bir mücadeleyi vermektedir. Bu mücadeleyi ulusal platformda herkesin gözü önünde korkusuzca yapmaktadır. Damdan düşer gibi siyaset lafı bence parti içindeki küçük olsun bizim olsuncuların savunma ...

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