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.
Developing partnerships and alliances with Catholic church groups and addressing disadvantage in the lives of LGBTIQ people
Attorney general says bill ‘is not intended to displace state law nor will it import specific provisions of international law’
If the United States asks the international community to redefine human rights as religious rights, it will have the support of a vast coalition of very different countries—a coalition of which Russia has, for a decade, been the informal leader.
The administration's Commission on Unalienable Rights is stacked with people who have a history of "fighting against LGBTQ progress," critics say.
Indianapolis is not the first city to see its Catholic schools grappling with the employment of LGBT people but some advocates say the archdiocese — and Archbishop Charles C. Thompson — seems to be pursuing the issue more aggressively than elsewhere in the country.
Exclusive: Christian Porter says those who face ‘indirect’ unfair treatment will have ‘powerful avenue’ for redress
LGBTQI people of faith have been urged to make their views known to the Australian Government about proposed religious discrimination and “religious freedom” legislation in the wake of the Israel Folau saga.
Activists have 'grave concerns' over a proposed Religious Discrimination Bill that could threaten freedoms for LGBTI people
The bill, which could see amendments to marriage, anti-discrimination and charity laws, has been lauded as a high priority for the government by both Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Finance Minister Mathias Cormann.
Five former and current youth leaders write letter after death of South African teen
Scott Morrison has urged his colleagues to avoid another row on religious freedom as the government prepares to put new laws to Parliament as early as July 22 to prevent discrimination on the basis of someone's faith.