11th June 2013
Zambia: Gay couple facing sodomy allegations go on trial 5
11:23 AM — A gay couple “charged with the offence of sodomy or having sex against the order of nature contrary to the laws of Zambia” have gone on trial.
31st May 2013
Kaleidoscope Trust urges Nigeria’s president to veto anti-gay law 3
7:06 PM — The Kaleidoscope Trust is calling on Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan to veto a bill to further criminalise same-sex marriages in Nigeria with potential prison terms of up to 14 years.
17th May 2013
Ban Ki-Moon: LGBT equality is critical to the UN’s mission
2:00 PM — An International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia address by the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, sets out LGBT rights as critical for building "a world of true freedom and equality for all".
William Hague marks International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia 9
11:22 AM — Foreign Secretary William Hague has released a statement of support to mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.
11th May 2013
New Zealand: B&B owner says ‘not in my home’ to lesbian couple 56
10:47 PM — A lesbian couple were told to sleep in separate beds or move on to other accommodation by a bed and breakfast in New Zealand.
9th May 2013
Comment: British LGBT rights under threat from Unionism 6
2:42 PM — Paul Hagan-Rae writes that the Unionist leadership in Northern Ireland is holding the country back when it comes to progressing with LGBT rights.
7th May 2013
Zambia: Police arrest gay couple on sodomy allegations 5
12:11 PM — Zambian police have arrested and charged a gay couple after the family of one of the men reported the relationship to authorities.
5th May 2013
Canada: Dozens protest as bridal shop refuses to allow trans woman to try on wedding dress 14
4:05 AM — Dozens have protested at a bridal store in Canada, after a trans woman said she was told she could not try on a wedding dress because the owner said she looked like a man.
26th April 2013
Belize: Supreme Court set to debate anti-gay sex law next month 9
7:08 PM — The Supreme Court in Belize will debate the country’s criminal code which outlaws same-sex sexual activity, next month.
Caribbean: Anglican bishops warn against equal marriage and ‘redefining’ human sexuality 29
2:52 PM — Anglican leaders meeting on the Caribbean island of Barbados have warned against efforts to bring equal marriage to the region.
25th April 2013
Two years on and still no justice for South African lesbian murder victim Noxolo Nogwaza 4
1:40 PM — Family, friends and campaigners are remembering Noxolo Nogwaza, a young lesbian in South Africa, who was raped and murdered two years ago this week after a night out with friends.
18th April 2013
Peter Tatchell: Being invited to Lambeth Palace by Justin Welby represents LGBT progress 47
7:16 PM — Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, reflects on today's meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, leader of the world's 78-million strong Anglican Communion, during which he urged Welby towards an understanding of the gay community.
16th April 2013
Hawaii: Judge rules in favour of lesbian couple turned away by B&B 6
1:46 AM — The judge in the case of a US lesbian couple who sued a bed and breakfast in Hawaii which denied them a room because of their sexuality, has ruled in favour of the couple.
15th April 2013
Former Commonwealth human rights head becomes Kaleidoscope Trust chair
5:31 PM — LGBT charity the Kaleidoscope Trust has elected a former Commonwealth human rights senior official as its new chair.
11th April 2013
Zambia: Gay rights activist pleads not guilty to promoting homosexuality 2
5:57 PM — A Zambian gay rights activist has pleaded not guilty to promoting homosexuality.
Peter Tatchell: ‘Thatcher talked freedom but supported tyrants’ 17
4:10 PM — Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell shares his thoughts on Margaret Thatcher who died earlier this week and writes about her relationships with foreign dictators.
8th April 2013
Zambia: Gay rights activist arrested for ‘inciting indecent activities’ 1
7:07 PM — Zambian activist, Paul Kasonkomona, was arrested on Sunday following a television appearance in which he argued for gay rights.
29th March 2013
Peter Tatchell: ‘Dan Choi’s $100 fine is a victory for him but he’s been left exhausted’ 11
5:31 PM — The decision of a judge to fine a gay former solider $100 for chaining himself to the White House fence is a “victory” for the “exhausted” defendant, says Peter Tatchell.
28th March 2013
UK Border Agency accused of trying to deport Ugandan female rape victim 3
3:52 PM — Human rights campaigners have once again accused the UK Border Agency (UKBA) of trying to deport a vulnerable female asylum seeker to Uganda.
22nd March 2013
Peter Tatchell: ‘Anti-gay London bus advert ban wrong’ 99
3:22 PM — Responding to Friday’s High Court ruling, Peter Tatchell writes that Core Issues Trust should have been allowed to place anti-gay adverts on buses in the capital – in the name of free speech – despite their offensive message.