Hackers, military, leakers, judges join Uganda gay disputes
(2012-06-29) In the last month, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex (LGBTI) activists, including 2011 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award Laureate Frank Mugisha, have been taking nonviolent measures to protect their human rights and working to provide health services to LGBTI people. The Ugandan government has responded by breaking up human rights workshops, proposing bans of LGBTI rights organizations, and vocalizing support for the notorious Anti-Homosexuality Bill. Yesterday, 76crimes.com published a blog post - "Hackers, military, leakers, judges join Uganda gay disputes" - summarizing recent events including Mr. Mugisha's advocacy and a Nobel Statement of Concern on Violence and Discrimination against LGBTI people.
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