Manchester to use St Petersburg link to ‘pressure Russia’

Manchester City Council will use its links with St Petersburg to pressure Russia to reconsider a law banning the promotion of "non-traditional values".

Nigeria : We won’t legalise same-sex marriage, minister insists

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Olugbenga Ashiru, has insisted that Nigeria will not succumb to external pressure to legalise same-sex marriage.
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Cameroon jails two for being gay

A court in Cameroon, one of the least gay-tolerant countries in the world, on Tuesday sentenced a man to two years in prison and handed down a suspended one-year jail sentence to an underage youth for homosexuality.
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Crowe calls on Russian authorities to end persecution of LGBT citizens

Sinn Féin's Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Trade and Diaspora, Seán Crowe TD, has criticised the Russian government for introducing a so-called gay ‘propaganda’ law, which introduces hefty fines for anyone who distributes information on alleged “non-traditional sexual relationships”.

Ireland’s progress on gay rights offers hope

A bill that stigmatises gay people and bans giving children any information about homosexuality won overwhelming approval last week in Russia’s lower house of parliament.

Russia adopts homophobic federal law banning propaganda of ‘non-traditional sexual relations’

ILGA-Europe in the strongest possible manner condemns a homophobic federal law adopted today by the State Duma, the Russian parliament. ILGA-Europe appeals to international and...
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Gay South Korean celebrity’s wedding plans make national news

The first time a South Korean celebrity announced he was gay, in 2000, the reaction was quick and without empathy. Popular actor and entertainer...

Nigeria adopts harshest homophobic law in recent history

On Thursday 30 May, Nigeria’s parliament adopted the ‘Same-Sex Marriage (Prohibition) Bill’, a law that foresees up to 14 years’ imprisonment for gay, lesbian...
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Fiji campaigners draw attention to homophobia and transphobia

A campaigner in Fiji says while some progress has been made to recognise the rights of homosexuals and transsexuals, discrimination remains an issue. Fiji is...

Transsexuals call for laws to help minorities

After legal victory allowing her to wed, ‘W’ says the fight is not over and leading campaigner says more must be done to end...
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WA shearer set boss on fire for ‘unwanted homosexual advances’

A shearer who doused his boss in diesel fuel as he slept, then used a burning broomstick to send a fireball into his caravan cabin has been jailed for five years and four months.
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Groundbreaking LGBTQ Hospice Care Handbook the First of Its Kind

November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month and LGBTQ* scholarly publisher Harrington Park Press is reaching out to make hospice and palliative care providers aware of an important new book, “LGBTQ-Inclusive Hospice And Palliative Care: A Practical Guide To Transforming Professional Practice”.
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