The 18-year-old staged a prison break but was picked up by a police roadblock and thrown back in jail, an LGBTI activist claims.
Giving out safer-sex educational materials to prevent HIV can send you to prison in Uganda now.
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Authorities are alleged to have shut down the US-funded offices and interrogated one of the Ugandan citizens working there.
Gay men have been physically attacked in Uganda and South Africa, and are about to be legislatively attacked in Tanzania.
'I am now mobilized to fight this war' against homosexuality, said Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni.
Young men sing hymns and recite the Bible before the Rev. Christopher Senyonjo gives a sermon on human sexuality. When the service is over some go to his desk, one by one, for counselling no other Ugandan religious leader…
The case against Scott Lively
Nigeria has the second highest and fastest growing HIV epidemic in Africa. Further criminalizing HIV efforts to reach gay and bi men and trans women in both there and in Uganda will only make the situation…
Sunnivie Brydum, news director for Advocate.com, weighs in on the U.S. response to Uganda’s ‘jail the gays’ law on Pivot’s TakePart Live.
Rachel Maddow calls the Obama administration’s plan to send American experts to Uganda a new kind of experiment in ‘real science and real diplomacy.’
From photographer Daniella Zalcman comes an incredible photo series that documents some of the most prominent activists living and working in Uganda.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control announced a suspension of some of its annual $3.9 million in health care aid usually given to the East African country.
Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act just received its first constitutional challenge, while activists also filed a separate suit hoping to put a stop to the now-common practice of tabloids outing Ugandans.
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