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Ugandan lesbian rights activist allowed entry to UK

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  1. Hi Stephen

    Nabagesera is a really courageous woman.

    Would you like to nominate her for One World Action’s list of 100 Unseen Powerful Women?

    For more information about the campaign and to see some of the women nominated please click here – http://oneworldaction.wordpress.com/100-unseen-powerful-women/

  2. Meanwhile in the hellish, backward, savage dump that is Uganda (it’s not racust if it’s true kids) the parliament is plotting to resurrect the ‘Kill the Gays’ bill later this month.

    All aid and trade with Uganda must cease if the savage monsters in the Ugandan parliament legislate for genocide.

    A country with the resources to perform genocide should not be receiving yours or my tax money.

  3. Contact the Department of International Development and respectfully ask that all British aid money to Uganda is stopped – until such time as homosexuality is decriminalised.

  4. For info,

    Amnesty International Belfast Pride Lecture 2011 ‘Love is a human right – the struggle for gay rights in Uganda’ – Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera

    When: Thursday 25 August 2011, 7:15pm
    Where: The Black Box, Hill Street, Belfast

    Amnesty International and Belfast Pride are delighted to host Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera as she delivers the 2011 Amnesty Pride Lecture.

    Lecture followed by Q&A hosted by William Crawley of BBC Northern Ireland.

    Find out more http://www.amnesty.org.uk/events_details.asp?ID=1943

    1. Yep you’re right. Everyone should join Amnesty.

  5. This is such great news…as the world looks on.

    :)

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