Let the Courts Decide

Singapore: DJ has to file evidence challenging Section 377A by Nov 20

While trial dates for the constitutional challenge mounted by a disc jockey against the law which criminalises sex between two men have not been fixed, the High Court has set out a deadline for when he needs to file his evidence.

Trinidad and Tobago to appeal High Court ruling that makes consensual sex between people in same-sex unions legal

Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi Thursday said that the state intends filing an appeal against a High Court judge ruling that consensual sex between people in same-sex unions should not be criminalised as the court partly struck down the sodomy laws in Trinidad and Tobago.

Kenya: Wanuri Kahiu has sued KFCB on the constitutionality of the ‘Rafiki’ film ban

Kenyan filmmaker Wanuri Kahiu and the Creative Economy Working Group (CEWG) have taken the Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) and its CEO Ezekiel Mutua to court to challenge the constitutionality of the decision to ban the film Rafiki.