As this year 2015 comes to an end, we acknowledge that it has been an incredible year. We celebrate our successes and turn our challenges into opportunities to keep advancing justice and equality for all. We would like to thank you ALL for the moral, technical and financial support you have extended to us. Our
SMUG has today joined the rest of the world to celebrate the International Human Rights Day today themed “Our Rights. Our Freedoms. Always”. Commemoration of the day is intended to offer a platform to generate action points on critical human rights issues in Uganda. The day comes at a time when sexual minorities
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, formerly International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission. SMUG Executive Director Dr Frank Mugisha says “GALZ has been doing great work for the last decade; I hope this award inspires them
Sexual Minorities Uganda calls upon the judiciary to fulfill its obligation by allowing the case in which Fr Simon Lokodo the State Minister of Ethics & Integrity in the Office of the President, in the Cabinet of Uganda is accused to unlawfully closing down a workshop organized by LGBTI persons in Uganda. Sexual Minorities Uganda
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 has successfully argued several high-level constitutional challenges, including the fight against the notorious Anti-Homosexuality Act of 2013, which was declared null and void in August 2014. SMUG Executive director Dr
New Year’s Message from Dr. Frank Mugisha, Executive Director SMUG – Sexual Minorities Uganda from Voices of the Abasiyazzi on Vimeo.
December 01, 2014 Kampala – Uganda On the commemoration of World AIDS Day, Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG), a network of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Intersex [LGBTI] joins the Ugandan health and human rights campaigners to call on the Government of Uganda, donor governments and all stakeholders to ensure access to HIV prevention and treatment