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PRE PRIDE UGANDA CELEBRATIONS 2015

While it’s difficult to get an exact percentage, the most widely accepted statistic is that 1 in 10 people identify themselves as LGBT. This...

US WARNS UGANDA PARLIAMENT ON NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATION BILL 2015

U.S Ambassador to Uganda, Scott Delisi has warned Uganda against making laws that would stifle operations of Non-Governmental Organisations. Scott Delisi in a statement on...

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI COMMENDS CHURCH FOR REJECTING HOMOSEXUALITY.

President Yoweri Museveni has said the cutting off of donor aid to religious institutions over rejecting homosexuality in Uganda has forced churches into seeking other...

UGANDA GOVERNMENT URGED TO END VIOLATIONS AGAINST LGBT PERSONS

SMUG has highlighted the need for government to urgently address violation of rights of persons based on gender identity and sexual orientation. This after Human...

SMUG DEMANDS JUDICIAL JUSTICE.

Sexual Minorities Uganda calls upon the judiciary to fulfill its obligation by allowing the case in which Fr Simon Lokodo the State Minister of...

SMUG Meets Us-Special Envoy for Human Rights of LGBT Persons

Sexual Minorities Uganda held a meeting with the US Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI persons on the 14th/July/2015 to discuss issues...

SMUG Programs Director shares experience of Working in a Hostile Environment

The year is 2004, and young activists from the newly formed Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) are repeatedly met with a cold reception when they...

Congratulations on 12th Anniversary, Freedom and Roam Uganda!

Kampala July 06, 2015 Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) congratulates Freedom and roam Uganda (FARUG) as they celebrated 12 years of existence on the 4th July....

Scott Lively lawyers in ‘crimes against humanity’ case want more information from plaintiffs

This article by Stephanie Barry was originally published on MassLive.com, Western Massachusetts’ most popular local news and information site, on June 16, 2015. The article can be...

Why anti-gay sentiment remains strong in much of Africa

This article is part of a series The Conversation Africa is running on issues related to LGBTI in Africa. You can read the rest...

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Statement On Closure Of Event To Mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.

Kampala - Thursday 17th May 2018 Sexual Minorities Uganda condemns the actions of the Uganda Police and the Minister of Ethics and Integrity in unlawfully...

Sexual Minorities Uganda Statement on Postponed First Annual Conference on Key and Priority Populations.

Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) a network of lesbian gay bisexual transgender and intersex organizations in Uganda is saddened by the postponement of the First...

David Kato Kisule 7th Annual Memorial.

On the 26th January 2017 Sexual Minorities Uganda and its partners together with close friends and family to the fallen David Kato Kisule gathered...