19th November 2014
Comment: Uganda’s LGBT community is in limbo pending a new anti-gay bill 4
2:28 PM — Tony Kitara writes for PinkNews on why the LGBT community in Uganda is "in limbo", pending the introduction of a new, even harsher anti-gay bill.
18th November 2014
Ugandan President: Church must help in fight against gays 31
3:22 PM — Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has called on church leaders to support the government in its fight against homosexuality.
11th November 2014
Ugandan minister confirms planning of new anti-gay law that cannot be challenged 29
4:23 PM — Uganda plans to introduce a new anti-gay law that will withstand any legal challenge, a government minister confirms.
10th November 2014
Singer Charli XCX: I will never return to Uganda over anti-gay laws 1
3:38 PM — A British singer whose mother is from Uganda has vowed to never return to the African country, over its anti-gay laws.
8th November 2014
Uganda: New ‘even worse’ anti-gay law drafted 24
11:40 AM — An even more extreme anti-gay law has been drafted in Uganda, after the country's original law was struck down by a court.
26th October 2014
Bill Clinton: It breaks my heart that Uganda puts aid at risk by demonising gays 3
1:56 PM — Former US President Bill Clinton has spoken out against Uganda's homophobic laws.
3rd September 2014
Uganda: Anti-homosexuality bill to be reintroduced in parliament 13
1:06 PM — The author of Uganda's anti-gay law has given notice that he will reintroduce the bill during this parliamentary session.
11th August 2014
Ugandan President to meet with caucus to discuss invalidated anti-gay law 2
4:08 PM — Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni is set today to meet with the National Resistance Movement (NRM) Parliamentary caucus today to discuss the recently nullified Anti-Homosexuality Act.
3rd March 2014
Ugandan MP David Bahati: Losing foreign aid is a small price to pay for having a law against homosexuality 21
2:55 PM — The author of Uganda's anti-gay law says the decision of several western countries to halt foreign aid donations is a small price to pay for protecting the nation’s moral values.
1st October 2013
Uganda: Petition and court case urge arrest of three for persecution of gay people 13
4:41 PM — A petition and court case have been filed to urge for the arrest of three men "for the persecution of gays" in the country.
3rd January 2013
Scott Mills: I want to go back to Uganda — but can’t because it’s too dangerous 6
5:28 PM — Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills has ruled out returning to Uganda in order to make a follow-up programme about the amount of violent homophobia in the country.
30th November 2012
Uganda: Politician behind ‘Kill the Gays’ bill drops death penalty from legislation 24
3:06 PM — The Ugandan politician behind the controversial anti-gay legislation to go before the Ugandan Parliament has dismissed claims made by the United States that the death penalty had not been removed from the draft legislation.
31st October 2012
Ugandan parliamentary speaker promises to revive anti-gay law 43
7:33 PM — The Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament has claimed the country’s notorious Anti-Homosexuality Bill will soon be passed by lawmakers.
19th May 2011
Reports say Ugandan parliament will return to the anti-gay bill 11
12:09 PM — Reports suggest that Uganda's new parliament will consider the notorious anti-homosexuality bill. The last parliament, which was dissolved last week, ran out of time to debate the draft legislation, which calls for the death penalty for some cases of gay sex.
13th May 2011
US condemns ‘odious’ Ugandan anti-homosexuality bill 72
10:58 AM — The US State Department has strongly condemned Uganda's anti-homosexuality bill. Addressing journalists yesterday, State Department spokesman Mark Toner said: "No amendments, no changes, would justify the passage of this odious bill."
4th May 2011
Ugandan lesbian honoured for human rights work 12
11:08 AM — Ugandan lesbian campaigner Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera has been honoured with an international award for her bravery in speaking out for human rights. She was commended for her "rare courage" in a country which punishes homosexuality severely.
1st November 2010
Updated: Ugandan newspaper ordered to stop outing gay men 16
3:17 PM — Ugandan newspaper Rolling Stone has been ordered to stop outing gay men and lesbians. The publication, no relation to the US magazine, began publishing the names of gays and lesbians last month. In a previous issue, it carried a banner stating that the individuals should be hanged.
28th October 2010
Ugandan MP says anti-gay bill ‘will be law soon’ 27
5:43 PM — David Bahati, the Ugandan MP who tabled a bill calling for gays to be jailed or executed, says he is confident his bill will soon become law.
20th October 2010
Ugandan newspaper publishes ‘list of gays’ and calls for executions 28
5:22 PM — A Ugandan newspaper has published the names, addresses and photographs of the country's "top" gays and lesbians. Rolling Stone, which has no connection to the US magazine of the same name, had a banner across its front page which read "hang them".
18th February 2010
Ugandan pastor shows his church gay porn 30
6:00 PM — Homophobic Ugandan preacher Martin Ssempa has been accused of being "twisted" for showing his congregation gay porn to persuade them to support an anti-homosexuality bill.