Hong Kong pop star Denise Ho says she has been denied a performance permit in Malaysia over her views on gay rights.
New law reverses 2017 court ruling that legalised gay marriage in Atlantic island territory.
Ugandan rights organisation Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum (HRAPF) was the target of a violent break-in on the night of February 8, 2018, Human Rights Watch said today.
Workers and employees in the Philippines living with HIV who suffer workplace discrimination often do not seek redress, Human Rights Watch said today.
In a resolution adopted today, the European Parliament has called on Russian authorities to end the campaign of persecution targeted at people perceived to be LGBTQ in Chechnya.
In a resolution adopted today, the European Parliament raised its concerns on the worsening situation for human rights in Turkey, including the human rights of LGBTQ people.
Ali Erol, leading LGBTQ human rights defender, and co-founder of Kaos GL Association, Turkey’s first registered LGBTQ organisation, was released from detention yesterday.
Indonesian police and Sharia (Islamic law) police jointly raided five hair salons owned by transgender women in Aceh province on January 27th.
On Friday morning, Ali Erol, a prominent Turkish human rights activist and a founder of Kaos GL Association, Turkey’s first registered LGBTQ organisation, was arrested and detained in a home he shares with his partner.
A pair of Russian newlyweds have become the first same-sex couple to have their marriage recognised in their home country, after finding an apparent legal loophole.