13th November 2013
Uganda: Police arrest leading LGBT rights activist Sam Ganafa 1
2:36 PM — Ugandan police have arrested and detained leading LGBT rights activist Sam Ganafa, along with two other guests staying at his home.
Uganda: Gay British banker ‘terrified’ ahead of porn trial 3
11:15 AM — A gay retired British banker, charged over possession of a video depicting a sexual act, is due to reappear in a Ugandan court next week.
12th November 2013
Ugandan President takes HIV test as part of prevention campaign 2
11:23 AM — The President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni, has taken an HIV test in public, saying he wants all Ugandans to know their HIV status if the country is to reduce new infections.
8th November 2013
Amnesty International: European court ruling in favour of gay asylum seekers does not go far enough 5
11:13 AM — Amnesty International says a European court ruling in favour of the right of three gay Africans to claim asylum in the EU does not go far enough.
30th October 2013
Stephen Fry shows solidarity with British gay man facing possible jail in Uganda 5
7:11 PM — Stephen Fry has expressed his dismay and anger over the plight of a British gay man living in Uganda who could be jailed after his sexuality was made public by a Ugandan newspaper.
29th October 2013
Gay British man living in Uganda faces jail after being outed in newspaper 10
3:52 PM — A gay retired British banker living in Uganda could face seven years' imprisonment after his sexuality was made public by a Ugandan newspaper that unearthed a pornographic video from his laptop.
22nd October 2013
Review: Stephen Fry – Out There 16
2:34 PM — Reviewing Stephen's Fry's BBC documentary on homophobia and transphobia for PinkNews.co.uk, James Evans says he was moved to tears on several occasions by the plight of those featured in the programme.
17th October 2013
Video: Film explores role of US evangelism in Ugandan moves towards proposed ‘kill the gays’ law 2
2:32 PM — A film was released this month which explores the part played by US evangelism in the return to biblical law in Uganda, leading up to the proposal of a bill which would make homosexuality punishable by death.
16th October 2013
Uganda’s ethics minister threatens to ban charities for supporting gay rights 16
4:05 PM — Ugandan State Minister for Ethics and Integrity Simon Lokodo has revealed he wants to shut down all non-governmental organisations who support LGBT rights, saying that “they want this country to be in tatters”.
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.
2nd September 2013
US: Anti-gay evangelist Scott Lively warns Vladimir Putin Russian ‘gay propaganda’ laws are not enough 30
4:48 PM — Scott Lively, an anti-gay activist who previously supported the Ugandan 'kill the gays' bill, wrote an open latter to President Vladimir Putin this month telling him more can be done with Russia's notorious anti-gay laws.
20th August 2013
The 41 Commonwealth Nations where being gay can land you in prison 15
11:35 AM — The Queen is the head of the Commonwealth of Nations, the international body that was created out of what was formerly the British Empire. The Commonwealth states that its core values are "democracy, freedom, peace, the rule of law and opportunity for all." However, freedom, peace and the opportunity for all are clearly denied to LGBT people in 41 of the 54 countries that are member states.
15th August 2013
US court: Lawsuit accusing anti-gay evangelist Scott Lively of human rights violation must go ahead 33
4:38 PM — A judge denied the request of a US evangelist preacher accused of human rights violations for his support of the Ugandan 'Kill the Gays' bill, to have the case against him dismissed.
14th August 2013
Activist: Most Ugandans support anti-gay bill but the government is worried about losing aid 20
6:44 PM — A Ugandan gay rights campaigner has told PinkNews that the Speaker of Uganda's Parliament has faced criticism from elements of the country's government who fear the Anti-Homosexuality Bill threatens aid revenue.
5th August 2013
In Photos: Uganda Beach Pride 2013 6
6:34 PM — Here is a collection of photos taken from the weekend's annual Uganda Beach Pride event.
Uganda: LGBT activists bravely stage pride parade in Kampala 20
10:57 AM — LGBT activists staged a Pride parade in Uganda at the weekend - despite the country being known for its widespread and violent homophobic and transphobic persecution
28th June 2013
Ugandan Bishop calls for end to ‘punishment’ of HIV positive LGBT people 3
2:46 PM — A Bishop from Uganda has warned that LGBT people living with HIV/AIDs face hardship and prejudice because of their identity, leading many to hide their health conditions and forego proper treatment.
18th June 2013
UK: Injunction halts deportation order of lesbian asylum seeker with just hours to spare 6
6:13 PM — A last minute injunction has been granted for a lesbian asylum seeker who was due to be deported to Uganda this evening from the UK.
UK: Lesbian asylum seeker faces imminent deportation to Uganda 12
1:18 PM — An asylum seeker who claims she is at risk of homophobic persecution is due to be deported to Uganda on Tuesday evening.
5th June 2013
Anti-gay Evangelist Scott Lively: ‘I don’t support Ugandan ‘Kill the gays’ bill, but it is courageous’ 37
2:08 PM — US Christian Evangelist Scott Lively, has posted an article which says that he thinks it is "courageous" of Ugandan people to push though legislation which could make homosexual acts punishable by death, but that he doesn't support the bill.