David Kuria awarded for work with HIV among sexual minorities

David Kuria receiving the award

David Kuria, friend of Changing Attitude Kenya, standing as candidate for the Kiambu Senate, was feted at the National Symposium on HIV, Law and Human Rights that took place on October 30-31 in Nairobi. David, who is standing as an openly gaycandidate, was awarded the outstanding contribution to Key Populations & HIV award for his […]

Ugandan police raid LGBTI activists workshop in Kampala

Fr. Simon Lokodo, the Minister for Ethics and Integrity

  Police arrested a group of sexual minority activists who had gathered at Essela Hotel in Najjeera, a Kampala suburb, on Monday 18 June. The police accused the suspects of propagating gay issues in Uganda. The skills-building workshop for LGBTI rights activists at Esella Country Hotel outside Kampala, was abruptly closed after Uganda police raided […]

Worshipping with the St Sebastian Fellowship in Kisumu

Fred Odinga, the fellowship leader of the St Sebastian Christian Community

Today I have spent the morning at KIPE , a Kisumu-based HIV prevention, treatment and support programme for youth-most-at-risk for HIV infection and HIV-infected youth. I was there because every Sunday as part of their programme, KIPE hosts the St Sebastian Community, a Christian group which worships at 12noon to 1pm every Sunday. The service is […]

Changing Attitude action group launched in Kenya

Yesterday afternoon a group of 24 LGBTI people met in a conference room at the Arkland Palace Hotel, predominantly but not entirely Anglican. The objective was to learn about the distinctive work of Changing Attitude and to discuss how progress towards practical change in the church might be made. The Revd Michael Kimindu, Changing Attitude’s […]