Kenyan Court Upholds Forced Anal Exams

The ruling says forced anal examinations and forced HIV and Hepatitis B tests of men "suspected of homosexual conduct" are constitutional, and has been described as "deeply disappointing" and "abusive".



  • Kenya:   Court Upholds Forced Anal Exams

    HRW, 16 June 2016

    A Kenyan Court has ruled that forced anal examinations and forced HIV and Hepatitis B tests of men suspected of homosexual conduct are constitutional, the National Gay and Lesbian… Read more »

  • Tunisia:   UN Panel Condemns Forced Anal Exams

    HRW, 22 May 2016

    The United Nations Committee Against Torture, in its most recent evaluation of Tunisia, condemned the use of forced anal examinations as an attempt to find "proof" against people… Read more »

  • Kenya:   Court to Hear Forced Anal Testing Case

    HRW, 3 May 2016

    A Kenyan court will hear a constitutional petition challenging the use of forced anal examinations of men accused of homosexuality on May 4, 2016, Human Rights Watch said today.… Read more »

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