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Ukraine Pride cancelled after police fail to guarantee protection - 4 يوليو 2014

Headline Title:  Ukraine Pride cancelled after police fail to guarantee protection The failure of the Ukrainian authorities to guarantee protection for those taking part in the planned Pride march on 5 July sends all the wrong signals, said Amnesty International. The failure of the Ukrainian authorities to guarantee protection for those taking part in the planned Pride march on 5 July sends all the wrong signals, said Amnesty International. Media Node:  Ukraine Twitter Tag:  Ukraine Story Location:  Ukraine 46° 53' 28.212" N, 34° 8' 43.8288" E “The importance of the right to freedom of assembly was dramatically evidenced in the EuroMaydan protests. It’s hugely disappointing that only five months later, the peaceful enjoyment of this right is being selectively denied by the very authorities who profited from it. ” Source:  John Dalhuisen, Director of Europe and Central Asia Programme at Amnesty International. “Only last week in a meeting with the Ministry of Internal Affairs we were assured that the event would be properly policed” Source:  John Dalhuisen, Director of Europe and Central Asia Programme at Amnesty International.

Zambia: Court acquits two men accused of having sex ‘against the order of nature’ - 3 يوليو 2014

Headline Title:  Zambia: Court acquits two men accused of having sex ‘against the order of nature’   Today’s court decision to acquit two Zambian men accused of having consensual sex with each other because the case had not been proved beyond reasonable doubt is the right decision for the wrong reasons, Amnesty International said today.   Media Node:  Zambia “It is appalling that these men have spent over a year in prison awaiting trial charged with something which should not be a crime ” Source:  Simeon Mawanza, Amnesty International’s Zambia researcher التاريخ:  Thu, 03/07/2014 المسار:  Zambia: Court postpones verdict on two men accused of having gay sex الوصف:  News story, 30 May 2014 المسار:  Zambia: End state-sponsored persecution as same-sex trial reaches verdict الوصف:  News story, 21 February 2014 المسار:  Rising levels of homophobia in sub-Saharan Africa are dangerous and must be tackled الوصف:  News story/report, 25 June 2013

Tadjikistan. La police arrête des travailleuses du sexe et des homosexuels présumés dans le cadre d’une campagne de «moralité»

Le Tadjikistan doit cesser immédiatement sa campagne de harcèlement et de violence ciblant les personnes accusées de «crimes moraux», a déclaré Amnesty International . Depuis le 6 juin , la police a arrêté plus de 500 travailleurs et travailleuses du sexe et plusieurs hommes soupçonnés de «comportement homosexuel». Le Tadjikistan doit cesser immédiatement sa campagne de harcèlement et de violence ciblant les personnes accusées de «crimes moraux», a déclaré Amnesty International .

Police seize sex workers and men believed to be gay in Tajikistan’s new ‘morality’ campaign

Tajikistan must immediately cease a campaign of harassment and violence against people accused of “moral crimes”, Amnesty International said today. Police have seized more than 500 sex workers and a number of men suspected of ‘homosexual behaviour’ since 6 June.   Tajikistan must immediately cease a campaign of harassment and violence against people accused of “moral crimes”, Amnesty International said today.

Des gouvernements continuent de tolérer l’homophobie - 16 مايو 2014

Headline Title:  Des gouvernements continuent de tolérer l’homophobie Certains gouvernements dans le monde ne se montrent pas à la hauteur des obligations qui leur incombent de protéger les droits des lesbiennes, gays, bisexuels, transgenres et intersexués (LGBTI), a Certains gouvernements dans le monde ne se montrent pas à la hauteur des obligations qui leur incombent de protéger les droits des lesbiennes, gays, bisexuels, transgenres et intersexués (LGBTI), a déclaré Amnesty International à la veille de la Journée internationale contre l’homophobie. Media Node:  Homophobia_FR Story Location:  51° 31' 59.1456" N, 0° 10' 52.5864" W “À l’approche d’une série de marches de la Fierté, les gouvernements dans le monde doivent se mobiliser et remplir leur devoir qui consiste à permettre aux citoyens de s’exprimer, sans craindre les violences homophobes. ” Source:  Michael Bochenek, directeur général chargé du droit international et de la stratégie politique au sein d’Amnesty International المسار:  Afrique. Quand aimer devient un crime. La criminalisation des relations entre personnes de même sexe en Afrique subsaharienne الوصف:  Rapport, 25 juin 2013. المسار:  Haïti. Attaque contre le siège d’une organisation LGBTI الوصف:  Document, 26 novembre 2013. المسار:  Russie. La loi sur la «propagande de l’homosexualité» est une attaque contre la liberté d’expression الوصف:  Communiqué de presse, 25 janvier 2013.

Des gouvernements continuent de tolérer l’homophobie

Certains gouvernements dans le monde ne se montrent pas à la hauteur des obligations qui leur incombent de protéger les droits des lesbiennes, gays, bisexuels, transgenres et intersexués (LGBTI), a déclaré Amnesty International à la veille de la Journée internationale contre l’homophobie. Certains gouvernements dans le monde ne se montrent pas à la hauteur des obligations qui leur incombent de protéger les droits des lesbiennes, gays, bisexuels, transgenres et intersexués (LGBTI), a

Amnistía Internacional: Numerosos gobiernos de todo el mundo toleran aún la homofobia

Numerosos gobiernos de todo el mundo no cumplen con su obligación de proteger los derechos de las personas lesbianas, gays, bisexuales, transgénero e intersexuales (LGBTI), ha manifestado Amnistía Internacional la víspera del Día Internacional contra la Homofobia y la Transfobia. Numerosos gobiernos de todo el mundo no cumplen con su obligación de proteger los derechos de las personas lesbianas, gays, bisexuales, transgénero e intersexuales (LGBTI), ha manifestado Amnistía

Homophobia still tolerated by governments around the world - 16 مايو 2014

Headline Title:  Homophobia still tolerated by governments around the world Governments around the world are failing to live up to their obligations to protect the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people, Amnesty International said on the Governments around the world are failing to live up to their obligations to protect the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people, Amnesty International said ahead of the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia. Media Node:  Homophobia Story Location:  51° 31' 59.1456" N, 0° 10' 52.5864" W “Ahead of a season of Pride events, governments across the globe need to step up and fulfil their responsibility to allow people to express themselves, protected from homophobic violence. ” Source:  Michael Bochenek, Amnesty International’s Senior Director for Law and Policy. المسار:  “We’re sending a message of hope” الوصف:  Blog, 16 May 2014 المسار:  Africa: Making love a crime: Criminalization of same-sex conduct in Sub-Saharan Africa الوصف:  Report, 25 June 2013. المسار:  Haiti: LGBTI organization’s office attacked in Haiti الوصف:  Document, 26 November 2013. المسار:  Russia’s anti-gay ‘propaganda law’ assault on freedom of expression الوصف:  News Story, 25 January 2013. المسار:  Ukraine: Kyiv authorities in shameful about-face on Pride march الوصف:  News Story, 23 May 2013

Amnesty International: Homophobia still tolerated by governments around the world

Governments around the world are failing to live up to their obligations to protect the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people, Amnesty International said on the eve of the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia. Governments around the world are failing to live up to their obligations to protect the rights o

Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Act prompts arrests, attacks, evictions, flight - 15 مايو 2014

Headline Title:  Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Act prompts arrests, attacks, evictions, flight   Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people in Uganda have reported a surge in human rights violations since the passage of the Anti-Homosexuality Act on December 20, 2013. Media Node:  Uganda AHB Story Location:  Uganda 1° 5' 42.9756" N, 33° 15' 59.7672" E “The Anti-Homosexuality Act is creating homelessness and joblessness, restricting life-saving HIV work, and bloating the pockets of corrupt police officers who extort money from victims of arrest ” Source:  Neela Ghoshal, senior LGBT rights researcher at Human Rights Watch التاريخ:  Thu, 15/05/2014 “As long as the Anti-Homosexuality Act remains in force, the Ministry of Health cannot make credible assurances that health care will be provided to LGBTI people without discrimination” Source:  Michelle Kagari, Eastern Africa deputy regional director at Amnesty International التاريخ:  Thu, 15/05/2014 المسار:  Uganda: President Museveni Signs Anti-Homosexuality Bill الوصف:  News story, 24 February 2014 المسار:  Global Day of Action against Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill الوصف:  News story, 10 February 2014 المسار:  Living for love, dying because of hate: the rising tide of homophobia in Africa الوصف:  Blog, 16 January 2014