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14 December 2009UN officials says Uganda may lose AIDS research centre 5 Uganda may lose the chance to host a major AIDS research institution if its parliament passes a bill against homosexuality, a United Nations official has said.
14 December 2009Archbishop of Canterbury makes first public statement on Uganda’s anti-gay law 28 The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams has made his first public statement on the proposed anti-gay bill passing through Uganda's parliament.
11 December 2009Call for Archbishop of Canterbury to retract statements on lesbian bishop 20 Liberal Anglicans are calling for Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams to retract comments he made on the selection of a US lesbian bishop.
11 December 2009Protesters gather outside Ugandan embassy 18 Protesters gathered outside the Ugandan embassy in London yesterday to call on the country's government to repeal its anti-homosexuality bill.
11 December 2009Anti-gay preacher Rick Warren finally speaks out on Uganda law 24 Controversial US pastor Rick Warren has finally released a statement criticising Uganda's anti-homosexuality bill.
10 December 2009Uganda ‘to remove death penalty from anti-gay bill’ 29 Uganda will reportedly drop plans for the execution and life imprisonment of gays.
9 December 2009Pepsi ‘regrets’ sponsoring homophobic Beenie Man concert 19 Drinks giant Pepsi has said it was not aware of homophobic lyrics sung by a reggae artist whose concert it supported.
7 December 2009London protest to be held this week over Uganda’s anti-gay bill 3 A protest has been organised this week in London against Uganda's proposed law to execute and jail gays.
6 December 2009Comment: Why Uganda’s homophobic legislation must be stopped 10 Blogger Daniel Edward Pitt's personal take on the horrors that could be unleashed by Uganda's proposed anti-gay legislation. "This piece of despicable homophobic propaganda has caused much shock and anger in the Western world, except of course by Christian right-wing fundamentalist rednecks who support the bill unequivocally."
5 December 2009Guardian: Uganda is unjust and infamous 36 In a strongly worded leader column, The Guardian condemns Uganda's proposed law that could sentence gay people to death or leave them facing lengthy prison sentences.
4 December 2009Archbishop of Canterbury in ‘intensive and private’ talks over Uganda’s gay law 49 The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams is said to be in "private" discussions with the Ugandan Anglican Church over the country's proposed anti-homosexuality laws.
3 December 2009Swedish minister suggests aid funding could be cut over Uganda’s anti-gay bill 12 Swedish development assistance minister Gunilla Carlsson reportedly suggested that her country could cut aid funding in Uganda as a result of a proposed law on homosexuality.
28 November 2009Gordon Brown raises anti-gay laws with Ugandan president 24 The prime minister has raised Uganda's controversial proposed laws on homosexuality with the country's president at the Commonwealth Heads of Government conference in Trinidad.
26 November 2009United Reform Church first to speak out on Uganda’s anti-gay bill 18 The United Reform Church has become the first major Christian denomination in the UK to criticise Uganda's proposed anti-homosexuality bill.
23 November 2009Uganda’s president claims that gays are ‘recruiting’ 24 The president of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni, has warned that European gays are "recruiting" Ugandan citizens.
13 November 2009Argentinian judge permits gay couple to marry 3 A gay couple in Argentina have been given permission to marry by a judge.
10 November 2009Calls grow for Uganda to reject anti-gay bill 9 A bill in Uganda which would see gay people being executed has led to protests and public calls for it to be rejected.
6 November 2009UK government ‘concerned’ about Uganda’s anti-gay law 12 The UK government has released a statement on the proposals in Uganda to execute people who have gay sex following condemnation of the bill from France and America.
3 November 2009France condemns Uganda’s proposed anti-gay law 10 The French foreign ministry has attacked a bill in Uganda which would see gay people facing the death penalty or life imprisonment.
29 October 2009Kenya to conduct census of gays 9 Kenya is to conduct a census of gay people in an attempt to control the spread of HIV.