Ugandan Speaker to Hasten Passing of Anti-Gay Bill

Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has promised the Ugandan people that the anti-gay bill will be passed before Christmas this year. She made the remarks during a meeting with several religious leaders at the parliamentary conference hall.
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    RNW Africa, 8 November 2012

    Armed police officers stormed Kampala's National Theatre late Wednesday, bringing a premature end to what was meant to be a premiere performance by the Talented Ugandan Kuchus, TUK… Read more »

Police storm theatre during a gay production

  • Uganda:   Review on 'Call Me Kuchu'

    ThinkAfricaPress, 2 November 2012

    This heartbreaking and inspiring documentary about Ugandan LGBTI activists must serve as rallying call for those who believe in gay rights. Read more »

  • Africa:   African Parliament Controversy Over Gays

    Namibian, 11 October 2012

    MEMBER countries of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP) should respect each other's individual laws and constitutions. Read more »

  • Uganda:   Even Gays Need Freedom

    Independent (Kampala), 22 September 2012

    Media practitioners in Uganda on Sept.18 held a National Public Dialogue on Freedom of Expression and Information that was organised by The Human Rights Network for… Read more »

  • Uganda:   Gay-Rights Play Causes High Drama

    Daily Maverick, 20 September 2012

    To stage a play about a gay man in a country where homosexuality is illegal takes some courage. It is that courage which put British Producer David Cecil in a Ugandan maximum… Read more »

  • Uganda:   Producer of Nation's First Gay Play Could Be Jailed

    RNW Africa, 8 September 2012

    The British producer of the first-ever theatrical play about homosexuality in Uganda is facing legal consequences. David Cecil risks a two-year jail term in the East African… Read more »

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