A district court of appeal in Lebanon issued a groundbreaking ruling on July 12, 2018, that consensual sex between people of the same sex is not unlawful, Human Rights Watch said today.
Lebanon has reached a milestone in terms of rights for LGBTQ people.
Indonesian authorities are fuelling an HIV epidemic through complicity in discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.
The first comprehensive report issued by an international organisation on the widespread human rights abuses inflicted on the LGBTI communities in Chechnya was adopted last night.
Human rights and LGBT+ campaigner Peter Tatchell has been released following his arrest during a peaceful protest close to the Kremlin.
Ordinance Should Prod Passage of National Anti-Discrimination Legislation.
The Lebanese Internal Security Forces arrested a prominent LGBT rights activist and pressured him to cancel Beirut Pride events, Human Rights Watch said today.
Shutdown of HIV Site the Latest Attack on Freedom of Expression.
“Ugandan LGBTIs have fled attempts to arrest and kill them. They have sought safety in Kenya but instead suffer arrest, beatings, hunger, insanitary conditions and sexual exploitation.
The 11th Edition of the Cuban Activities against Homophobia and Transphobia began on Friday and as the previous campaign, they will be dedicated to the schools where there will be a promotion on the respect to the freedom of sexual orientation and gender identity.