HRC calls on Bermuda Governor to veto legislation that would make the British overseas territory the first territory in the world to repeal marriage equality
A transgender woman has won a legal battle against Botswana's government to be recognized as female in a landmark victory for the rights of the lesbian, gay and transgender community.
Indonesia's top court on Thursday ruled against petitioners seeking to make gay sex and sex outside marriage illegal in a victory for the country's besieged LGBT minority.
Supreme court ruling in May had made same-sex marriage legal in the British island territory
The 41st meeting of the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) is taking place in Geneva, Switzerland, from 12 to 14 December.
The President of Ghana says that the country is bound to eventually decriminalise homosexuality – but only after popular support grows.
The Victory Institute’s International LGBTQ Leaders Conference drew some big names to its stage in D.C. last week.
An innovative housing scheme to protect LGBT people has been approved.
People at high risk of HIV would be given cheap access to a breakthrough preventative medicine under a federal Labor plan to make Australia the first nation in the world to win the fight against the virus that causes AIDS.
Seeking to stem a sharp rise in H.I.V. cases among young people, Brazil began offering a drug this month that can prevent infection to those deemed at high risk of contagion.
It could “embolden” others to turn away marginalized groups, they say.
Mark Prest is founder of Portraits of Recovery (PORe), a UK based, international visual arts charity to support people and communities affected by and in recovery from substance misuse to open up new ways of knowing and looking at the subject by working with contemporary visual art and artists.