Ugandan MPs 'Mastermind' Ban on Gay Rights Debate at World Event
The majority of members of parliament at the International Parliamentary Union (IPU) gathering in Geneva voted against the proposal to debate the rights of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people - a move apparently orchestrated by Uganda's Speaker Rebecca Kadega. "I am very happy this battle has finally been won. Today, we have made a final vote that will prohibit the issue of LGBT from appearing on the IPU agenda," she said.
Monitor, 18 October 2018
The 139th assembly of the International Parliamentary Union (IPU) in Geneva, Switzerland, has voted to permanently ban debate on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT)… Read more »
The 139th assembly of the International Parliamentary Union (IPU) has voted to permanently ban debate on the LGBT subject.
Monitor, 16 October 2018
The Inter Parliamentary Union (IPU) has foiled plans of pro-gay nations to introduce the LGBT agenda through the amendment of assembly rules. Read more »
Uganda: Court Strikes Down Anti-Gay Law
Deutsche Welle, 1 August 2014
Uganda's top court has reversed a law that criminalizes homosexuality. The country's parliament passed the bill in February, prompting international outcry and sanctions from the… Read more »
Uganda: Sex-for-Food Rocks Prisons
Monitor, 29 June 2018
The Uganda prisons authorities have blamed the increasing cases of homosexuality among inmates on trading their bodies for better feeding and protection. Read more »
Former Ugandan gay rights activist Val Kalende says she was lured by Satan to join the "sin of same-sex" group and claims to have"seen the light" and is no longer gay. Academic ... Read more »