Anti-Homosexuality Act

Fundamental rights and discrimination of Sexual Minorities in Uganda, the Anti–Homosexuality Act.

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The event will be held in the University of Law in Bologna, on Friday 16th 2016, at 6 p.m. o’clock.

International LGBTI Support, in collaboration with Amnesty International, wants to propose a broader view of discrimination, during this event it wants to talk about discrimination based on sexual orientation and the gender identity in Africa, a little discussed subject in Europe and in a very superficial way.
The intent is to inform and awaken our public to discriminations suffered by LGBTI community in many countries of Africa and is determined to shed light on the path that has been done in these years by activists in order to fight this persistent social marginalization of the homosexual community and bring to everyone fundamental human rights.
We would like to touch, in an exhaustive way, on the anti – sodomy law problem, which had different evolutions in these years, passing from before the decree introduced in 2009 by the delegate David Bahati until 2014 when Anti–Homosexuality Act was approved, then fallen because of a legal quibble.

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