19th March 2013
Uganda’s president describes gay people as ‘deviants’ 28
4:55 PM — Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni says gay people can be viewed as “deviants” and has accused European countries of trying to promote homosexuality and sexual liberalisation.
14th March 2013
UK: Green Party LGBT group criticises UK Border Agency following death of lesbian Ugandan asylum seeker Jackie Nanyonjo 16
10:47 AM — The Green Party’s LGBT campaign group has criticised the UK Border Agency for deporting a lesbian asylum seeker who died last Friday in Uganda - with campaigners staging a protest outside the Home Office at 12.30pm.
13th March 2013
UK: Protest planned outside Home Office following death of lesbian Ugandan asylum seeker 53
1:15 PM — Campaigners are blaming the UK Border Agency for deporting an asylum seeker who has reportedly died in Uganda after she claimed she was at risk of homophobic persecution.
8th March 2013
Canadian Government provides funding to Uganda’s embattled LGBT campaigners 8
10:59 AM — A leading Canadian newspaper has revealed that Canada is quietly supporting the efforts of LGBT Ugandans in their fight against the country’s proposed Anti-Homosexuality Bill.
1st March 2013
Sweden: Married Ugandan men receive permission to stay after death threats from home 17
6:28 PM — The couple whose separation in Uganda and eventual reunion and marriage in Sweden made international news have learnt that they have both been granted asylum.
25th February 2013
Uganda: Tabloid publishes names of ‘gay recruiters’ 23
1:01 PM — A list of alleged "gay recruiters" has been published by a Ugandan tabloid, which has already become infamous for its outings of dozens of gay men and lesbians in recent years.
21st February 2013
Comment: A day in the life of Peter Tatchell 28
11:50 AM — Britain's most famous human rights campaigner talks about his daily routine and how he has to go to bed with "a siren alarm, fire extinguisher and rope ladder" - every night.
18th February 2013
UK theatre producer David Cecil: Most Ugandans are not homophobic and it is not a terrible place 28
8:42 PM — British theatre producer David Cecil has spoken of how he was taken from his family in Uganda for staging a play with a gay character, but says that the majority of Ugandans are not homophobic.
14th February 2013
Canada: Liberal party leader defends charity work by government-funded Christian groups 17
12:43 AM — The interim leader of Canada's Liberal Party, Bob Rae, defended the work of Christian humanitarian groups in the country.
13th February 2013
Uganda: British producer of gay play to appeal against deportation from country 8
11:45 PM — UK theatre producer David Cecil, who was charged with breaking Uganda's laws in relation to his play featuring a gay storyline, has said he will appeal against his deportation from the country.
Canada: Foreign Affairs Minister slams anti-gay statements by government funded group 19
1:56 AM — The Canadian Minster for Foreign Affairs has attacked what he deemed "offensive" and "mean-spirited" statements on the website of a Christian group which receives federal funding for work in Uganda.
12th February 2013
Uganda: British producer of gay play deported from country 3
11:21 AM — UK theatre producer David Cecil, who was charged with breaking Uganda’s laws in relation to his play featuring a gay storyline has been deported from the country.
11th February 2013
Anti-gay evangelical group receives funding from the Canadian government 19
1:41 AM — An anti-gay evangelical organisation which describes homosexuality as a "perversion" has been receiving funding from Canada's government for work in Uganda.
8th February 2013
Obama criticised for attending prayer breakfast with group linked with anti-gay Ugandan lawmakers 20
8:13 PM — Barack Obama has been criticised for attending the National Prayer Breakfast, a conservative-hosted event with alleged links to Ugandan anti-gay lawmakers, without addressing gay rights.
Uganda: British producer of gay play faces deportation 5
2:04 PM — UK theatre producer David Cecil, who was charged with breaking Uganda’s laws in relation to his play featuring a gay storyline, faces deportation from the country.
7th February 2013
Sweden: Gay couple married in Sweden say their families back home are being harassed 4
1:31 PM — Two Ugandan asylum seekers were reunited in Sweden and married last month, but they say their relatives back home are being harassed over the news of their wedding.
6th February 2013
Uganda: ‘Kill the Gays’ bill back on table as Parliament reconvenes 41
5:41 PM — The Anti-Homosexuality Bill has appeared on orders of business in the Ugandan Parliament, which reconvened on Tuesday.
29th January 2013
Sweden: Married Ugandan men victims of ‘lottery’ asylum system 7
6:05 PM — A gay Ugandan couple were separated in 2008 when one was forced to flee to Sweden. They were reunited by chance and married under Swedish law, but are in danger once more after one had their asylum claim denied.
28th January 2013
Cambridgeshire: Cafe owner calls for apology over allegations of support for Ugandan anti-gay bill 8
12:11 PM — The St Neots cafe owner who was accused of speaking in favour of anti-gay legislation in Uganda has demanded an apology from two bloggers, one of whom called him a "hatemonger".
22nd January 2013
Anti-gay evangelist Scott Lively: ‘Gays will crush religion and persecute Christians’ 73
6:18 PM — An anti-gay preacher from the US has attacked the gay rights movement, accusing it of attempting to "crush" religious liberty, and that it seeks to "persecute" Christians.