Ugandan gay activists sue cabinet minister over workshop closure

Jacqueline Kasha Nabagesera, one of the four activists in the suit

Four Ugandan gay rights activists have sued the government and Ethics Minister, Simon Lokodo for forcefully closing a gay rights workshop in Entebbe last month. The activists: Jacqueline Kasha Nabagesera, Frank Mugisha, Julian Pepe Onziema and Geoffrey Ogwaro want the Ugandan High Court to pronounce that Lokodo’s closure of the gay rights workshop on February […]

Call Me Kuchu premiered at 62nd Berlin Film Festival

Call Me Kuchu exposes the dramatic situation of the absence of gay rights in Uganda

Filmed over the course of two years during three visits to Uganda starting January 2010, Call Me Kuchu is a documentary that focuses on gay rights (to be precise – the absence of them) in the “Pearl of Africa”. Co-directed by video journalist Malika Zouhali-Worrall and award-winning photographer Katherine Fairfax Wright, the film premiered yesterday, […]

Time for Change – in depth

Anti gay Rolling stone

http://changingattitude.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/uganda.jpg 400w” sizes=”(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px” />The tensions in the Church of England and the Anglican Communion surrounding the space it allows lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to occupy is reaching breaking point, I suspect. It is certainly driving many of us LGBT Anglicans who live within this insane dualism to the edge. In […]