SMUG And MARPS Meet To Deliberate Key Persons Issues For Global Fund Concept Note.

Participants group photo. Sexual Minorities Uganda-SMUG together with Most At Risk Populations Network Limited–MARPS Network held a one day consensus building meeting in a bid to ensure that Key Persons community issues are well understood and clearly articulated for consideration on the Global Fund concept note writing process. Speaking at the opening of the meeting

World AIDS Day Commemoration Statement.

Sexual Minorities Uganda-SMUG in conjunction with Ice Breakers Uganda-IBU celebrated World AIDS Day with the theme “Accelerating momentum in HIV prevention”. While Uganda has made remarkable progress in respect to address the HIV/AIDS pandemic, the recent AIDS indicator survey 2015 showed HIV prevalence rate of 7.3% among people aged 15-49 which is still high. Currently

Congratulations Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum Uganda-HRAPF on winning the Equal Opportunities case.

Sexual Minorities Uganda-SMUG today celebrates and congratulates Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum – Uganda (HRAPF) on winning the Equal Opportunities case that challenged Section 15(6)(d) of the Equal Opportunities Commission Act, which blocks the Equal Opportunities Commission from investigating matters involving behavior that is regarded as ‘immoral or socially unacceptable’ by the majority of

Sexual Minorities Uganda Argues in Federal Court In CaseAgainst U.S. Anti-Gay Extremist Scott Lively for His Role in LGBTI Persecution in Uganda.

SMUG staff and supporters after oral arguments in the case against Scott Lively. November 9, 2016, Springfield, MA – Today, Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG), represented by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) and co-counsel, appeared in court to argue that a federal lawsuit against Abiding Truth Ministries President Scott Lively must go to trial. Twelve

And That’s How I Survived PRESS RELEASE

SEXUAL MINORITIES UGANDA PRESS STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sexual Minorities Uganda has today Launched a report titled “And That’s How I Survived Being Killed”:the report contains testimonies of human rights abuses from Uganda’s sexual and gender minorities. The report is intended to document the many forms of prosecution that LGBT identifying individuals in Uganda face

Uganda Needs To End Indiscriminate Attacks On The Basis Of Sexual Orientation And Gender Identity

National Coalition of Human Rights Defenders – Uganda (NCHRD-U) and the undersigned civil society organisations strongly condemn the continued violation of human rights by the Ugandan Police Force (UPF) following the 4th August raid on a lawful LGBTI assembly. We call on the Uganda Government to respect the rights to freedom of assembly as guaranteed

Claims That Nobody Was Injured During Police Raid On LGBTI Party: False!

Former Rev Fr Simon Lokodo Uganda’s Minister for Ethics and Integrity has today emphasized government’s commitment to continue to condone homosexuality in the country. While addressing press at the government media center Lokodo said “The government of Uganda will continue to condone promotion any form of LGBTI lifestyle.” “We wish to emphasize that whereas the