Workers and employees in the Philippines living with HIV who suffer workplace discrimination often do not seek redress, Human Rights Watch said today.
The Chinese government should take immediate steps to stop public hospitals and private clinics from offering conversion therapy, Human Rights Watch said in a new report today.
A new report released today by the Global Forum on MSM and HIV (MSMGF) and OutRight Action International in collaboration with the Global Platform to Fast Track the Human Rights and HIV Responses with Gay and Bisexual Men argues for a global health and development approach that is inclusive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people.
Education ministry officials in Seoul said this week that South Korea’s new national sex education curriculum, due to roll out in March, will not mention homosexuality.
The Philippines is not doing enough to tackle soaring HIV prevalence among men who have sex with men by offering greater access to HIV testing and condoms, an international rights group said last Thursday.
A new Medical Liability Law was enacted to allow gender reassignment surgery, which was previously difficult.
The president of Gambia may not be a household name – but he’s revered as one of the most vicious and bizarre dictators in the world.
British singer Elton John told a concert in Moscow he still wanted to meet President Vladimir Putin to discuss his concerns about gay rights and AIDS in Russia despite the Kremlin leader not having time to meet him this time round.
A group of 51 Muslim states has blocked 11 LGBT organisations from attending a high-level meeting at the UN next month on ending AIDS, sparking a protest by the US, Canada and the EU.
In Russia, the HIV situation are described as a national disaster. The number of infections is increasing at a tremendous rate while the authorities turn a blind eye to the problem.