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Of what significance is women’s day to you as a lesbian woman in Uganda? I appreciate myself as a woman even before the aspect of...
Sexual Minorities Uganda-SMUG congratulates Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe-GALZ on being awarded with the prestigious Felipa de Souza award, 2015 by Outright Action International,...
Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) congratulates Mr Nicholas Opiyo who has received the Alison Des Forges Award for Extraordinary Activism. Mr Nicholas Opiyo a Ugandan Lawyer...
Sexual Minorities Uganda-SMUG together with Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum-HRAPF had a strategic meeting on 11th May 2017 to discuss the issues to...
The year is 2004, and young activists from the newly formed Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) are repeatedly met with a cold reception when they...
SMUG ED Dr Frank Mugisha anticipates discussion concerning human rights violation at Uganda's first ever Presidential Debate. He says," The day is here, Uganda's presidential...
Sexual Minorities Uganda - SMUG today joins the family and friends of Austin Bryan as he celebrates his 21st Birthday. Austin spent a whole year...
SMUG staff and supporters after oral arguments in the case against Scott Lively. November 9, 2016, Springfield, MA – Today, Sexual Minorities Uganda...
(KAMPALA) On August 4, on the third night of a week of Ugandan LGBTI Pride celebrations, a vibrant pageant underway at Kampala’s Club Venom...
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Uganda and Pepe Julian Onziema Pt. 1 (HBO)
LGBT community releases report on alleged abuses of sexual minorities
Analysis: Uganda stuck with outdated attitudes
And Still We Rise Trailer
SMUG ED Message for IDAHOT 2015
Towards the realization of the rights to health for sexual minorities in Uganda
Sexual Minorities Uganda v. Scott Lively, American evangelical pastor
Frank Mugisha of Sexual Minorities Uganda Sends Message to EQUAL Youth and Supporters
Interview - Frank Mugisha, Director, Sexual Minorities Uganda - Norad Conference 2014