Research on how asylum seekers benefitted from being supported by an organisation that also connected with their identity as a person of faith.
This report draws on data from an extensive literature review, the first-ever global survey on the topic, and in-depth interviews with experts and survivors from various countries.
Exclusive: ‘culture of disbelief’ excludes at least 3,100 nationals from countries outlawing same-sex acts
All three of the men featured here are hoping and praying that they will be granted refugee status in Canada. All are already showing that they will make outstanding citizens.
Classic Man rapper and producer Jidenna has trashed the false claim that homosexuality was imported into Africa from the west.
The 2019 TIERs Social Perception Survey offers a lot of hope on the power of visibility and the influence of activists to address the misinformation that led to the SSMPA bill and the culture of intolerance that it has allowed to thrive.
Read in detail the testimonies of nine LGBTI Christians who lives the struggles and threats of being LGBTI in a country that criminalize or prosecute them.
On the quiet, promising first morning of June, I received a text message from my brother in Abuja, Nigeria. “Please, refrain from all these shameful acts,” he wrote. “Everyone is tired of you. Mummy is crying, Daddy is crying. If you don’t value relationships, we do!”
We are back with Out, Proud and African, our special Pride Month series that curates stories of Africans on the continent and in the diaspora who are out, visible and living their truths.
He has one goal - to change the mindset of Nigerians concerning sexual and human rights.
UN member states and civil society gathered at UN headquarters to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the International Year of the Family during an event titled “It Takes a Family” on May 15, the International Day of Families.
Despite clear indications that criminalizing a person because of their sexual orientation, gender identity, and/or gender expression violates Church teaching, responses from Catholics to anti-LGBTQ human rights abuses have been a mixed bag of both support for and opposition to punitive laws.