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Uganda: La revocación de la Ley contra la Homosexualidad, un paso adelante para poner fin a la discriminación patrocinada por el Estado

La revocación de la Ley contra la Homosexualidad de Uganda es un paso adelante para frenar en seco la discriminación patrocinada por el Estado, ha afirmado Amnistía Internacional. La revocación de la Ley contra la Homosexualidad de Uganda es un paso adelante para frenar en seco la discriminación patrocinada por el Estado, ha afirmado Amnistía Internacional.

Ouganda. L'annulation de la loi interdisant l'homosexualité, un pas en avant contre la discrimination parrainée par l'État

L’annulation de la loi ougandaise interdisant l’homosexualité est un pas en avant dans la lutte contre la discrimination parrainée par l’État, a déclaré Amnesty International.  L’annulation de la loi ougandaise interdisant l’homosexualité est un pas en avant dans la lutte contre la discrimination parrainée par l’État, a déclaré Amnesty International.

Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Law struck down in step towards stopping state-sponsored discrimination

The striking-down of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act is a step towards stopping state-sponsored discrimination in its tracks, said Amnesty International.  The striking-down of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act is a step towards stopping state-sponsored discrimination in its tracks, said Amnesty International.  

Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Act struck down in step towards ending discrimination - 1 août 2014

Headline Title:  Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Act struck down in step towards ending discrimination The striking-down of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act is a step towards stopping state-sponsored discrimination in its tracks, said Amnesty International. The striking-down of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act is a step towards stopping state-sponsored discrimination in its tracks, said Amnesty International. Media Node:  Uganda Story Location:  Uganda 3° 20' 26.5056" N, 32° 46' 59.5308" E “We now hope that this step forward translates into real improvements in the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex people in Uganda, who have been trapped in a vicious circle of discrimination, threats, abuse and injustice for too long.” Source:  Sarah Jackson, Africa Deputy Regional Director at Amnesty International. URL:  Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Act prompts arrests, attacks, evictions, flight Description:  News Story, 15 May 2014. URL:  Uganda: President Museveni Signs Anti-Homosexuality Bill Description:  News Story, 24 February 2014. URL:  Living for love, dying because of hate: the rising tide of homophobia in Africa Description:  Blog, 16 January 2014.

Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Act prompts arrests, attacks, evictions, flight - 15 mai 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 Date:  Je, 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 Date:  Je, 15/05/2014 URL:  Uganda: President Museveni Signs Anti-Homosexuality Bill Description:  News story, 24 February 2014 URL:  Global Day of Action against Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill Description:  News story, 10 February 2014 URL:  Living for love, dying because of hate: the rising tide of homophobia in Africa Description:  Blog, 16 January 2014

Uganda: El presidente Museveni firma la entrada en vigor de la Ley contra la Homosexualidad

El president Museveni acaba de firmar la entrada en vigor de la Ley contra la Homosexualidad. Es una ley draconiana y perjudicial, ha dicho hoy Amnistía Internacional. El presidente Museveni acaba de firmar la entrada en vigor de la Ley contra la Homosexualidad. Es una ley draconiana y perjudicial, ha dicho hoy Amnistía Internacional.

Uganda: President Museveni Signs Anti-Homosexuality Bill - 24 février 2014

Headline Title:  Uganda: President Museveni Signs Anti-Homosexuality Bill President Museveni has just signed the Anti-Homosexuality Bill into law. It is a draconian and damaging piece of legislation, Amnesty International said today. President Museveni has just signed the Anti-Homosexuality Bill into law. It is a draconian and damaging piece of legislation, Amnesty International said today. Media Node:  Uganda Story Location:  Ouganda 3° 19' 33.4956" N, 34° 37' 51.2544" E “This deeply offensive piece of legislation is an affront to the human rights of all Ugandans and should never have got this far. This legislation will institutionalize hatred and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people in Uganda. Its passage into law signals a very grave episode in the nation’s history.” Source:  Michelle Kagari, Africa Deputy Director at Amnesty International. URL:  Global Day of Action against Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill Description:  News Story, 10 February 2014. URL:  Living for love, dying because of hate: the rising tide of homophobia in Africa Description:  Blog, 16 January 2014. URL:  Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Bill must be scrapped Description:  News story, 20 December 2013.

Ouganda. Le président Yoweri Museveni n’a plus que deux jours pour opposer son veto au projet de loi contre l’homosexualité

Le président Yoweri Kaguta Museveni doit agir rapidement pour opposer son veto ou amender la proposition de loi contre l’homosexualité adoptée par le Parlement ougandais, afin de barrer l’entrée en vigueur de ce texte draconien et nuisible, a déclaré Amnesty International. Le président Yoweri Kaguta Museveni doit agir rapidement pour opposer son veto ou amender la proposition de loi contre l’homosexualité adoptée par le Parlement ougandais, afin de barrer l’entrée en

Media Advisory on Uganda: With 2 Days to go, President Museveni Must Veto Anti-Homosexuality Bill

President Museveni must act within 3 days to veto or amend the Anti-Homosexuality Bill passed by the Ugandan Parliament in order to prevent a draconian and damaging piece of legislation coming into force, Amnesty International said today. “This deeply offensive piece of legislation is an affront to the human rights of all Ugandans and should never have got this far,” said Gemma Houldey, Amnesty International’s Uganda Researcher.&nbs

Global Day of Action against Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill - 10 février 2014

Headline Title:  Global Day of Action against Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill Thousands of civil society activists, including Amnesty International supporters in the UK, Canada, Spain and Germany are acting together today in solidarity with campaigners in Uganda to show thei Thousands of civil society activists, including Amnesty International supporters in the UK, Canada, Spain and Germany are acting together today in solidarity with campaigners in Uganda to show their opposition to Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill and call on President Museveni to veto it.    Media Node:  Uganda AHB action Uganda AHB Twitter Tag:  AHBGlobaldayofAction Story Location:  Ouganda 0° 53' 3.7104" N, 32° 49' 37.7328" E ““If this deeply discriminatory bill is passed it will legalize the persecution of people on the grounds of their sexual orientation. Since the Bill was proposed there’s been an increase in homophobic arrests and mob violence. This is turning into a witch-hunt. President Museveni must veto the bill before the situation worsens. ” Source:  Gemma Houldey, Uganda Researcher at Amnesty International Date:  Lu, 10/02/2014 URL:  Living for love, dying because of hate: the rising tide of homophobia in Africa Description:  Blog, 16 January 2014 URL:  Uganda: Anti-Homosexuality Bill must be scrapped Description:  News story, 20 December 2013 URL:  Uganda: Stop the Anti-Homosexuality Bill Description:  Take action