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France: Press Indonesia on Key Rights Concerns

French President François Hollande should publicly urge the Indonesian government to address the country’s persistent human rights problems during his upcoming visit to Jakarta, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to the president.
Bullying

Japan: Anti-Bullying Policy to Protect LGBT Students

Japan’s updated national bullying prevention policy will for the first time protect sexual and gender minority students, Human Rights Watch said today. The measure will boost Japan’s reputation regionally and internationally on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights.
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Queer freedom is an unstoppable global trend

The last few years have witnessed an unnerving backlash against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people in nearly 20 countries, including Russia, Morocco, Uganda, Iraq, Brunei, Syria, Nigeria and The Gambia.
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Lebanon Edges Closer to Decriminalising Same-Sex Conduct

A Lebanese judge challenged the legal basis of the arrest of men for same-sex conduct, declaring in a Metn court ruling last week that “homosexuality is a personal choice, not a criminal offence”.
Homophobia

Indonesian Police, Anti-LGBT Islamists Restart Sinister Collaboration

Indonesian police are once again helping carry out the anti-lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) agenda of militant Islamists.
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European Parliament condemns homophobia in Indonesia

Yesterday, the European Parliament adopted a resolution in which it condemns the growing intolerance towards LGBTI people in Indonesia.
Support LGBTI rights in Azerbaijan

Support LGBTI rights in Azerbaijan

LGBTI people in Azerbaijan face prejudice, discrimination and hate crime. They have no legal protection.
UNHRC

Failed Attempt to Defund the Independent Expert on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Two days before Christmas, a group of conservative states at the United Nations made a final attempt to stop the Independent Expert on the “protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity,” by stripping the mandate of standard UN funding.
Homophobia

Lebanon : Syrian Refugee’s Detained, Beaten, Abused on Suspicion of Being Gay

A 31-year-old Syrian refugee in Lebanon was allegedly detained and tortured in February 2016, apparently on suspicion of being gay, Human Rights Watch said yesterday.
UNHRC

United National General Assembly Protects SOGI Independent Expert Mandate

Today in the United Nations General Assembly, a cross-regional group of states affirmed the principles of universal human rights by blocking a hostile attempt to prevent the work established by the UN Human Rights Council of the Independent Expert on Discrimination and Violence based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.
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RainbowYOUTH In New Zealand Introduces New Executive Director Frances Arns

The Executive Board at RainbowYOUTH announced today the appointment of Frances Arns as the new Executive Director of RainbowYOUTH. She will replace outgoing Executive Director Duncan Matthews who leaves the role after four years.
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Support for marriage equality in Australia falling, poll shows

Latest Newspoll contains bad news for same-sex marriage yes campaign and Malcolm Turnbull, whose popularity has dropped.
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Sean Smith – Turn Me On

Today it's one year since Sean Smith released his hit song Turn Me On and I'm marking the day by sharing his music video for the song to you.
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