Providing Disaster Relief to LGBTI Bahamians
LGBTI activists in the Bahamas have joined efforts to help victims of Hurricane Dorian in their country.
While spending several days in Jordan on my way to Abu Dhabi, I met a gay man in his mid-30s who had recently fled the chaos in Iraq to seek asylum in Jordan. Three days later when I boarded the flight to Abu Dhabi, I had resolved that, though I could not mitigate the misfortune of millions, I could at least help one person. His name is Alaa Saleh.
Ghana is grappling with diverse forms of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (SOGIE) that, though constantly changing over time, have always existed.
The long-term objective of the Accountability International Leadership Award (AILA) is that of our organisation as a whole: to contribute to a world where there is accountability for the lives, human rights and wellbeing of all persons, across all spheres of society.
Even those celebrating warned that the fight for equal rights, including same-sex marriage and serving in the military, had not been won
In the heart of the Balkans, tensions remain between Serbs and Kosovars, 20 years after the end of the war. But a group of individuals seems to ignore the nationalist divides: the LGBT + community.
This day last year – not at the stroke of the midnight hour, but somewhere around 11.30am – LGBT Indians “awoke to life and freedom”.
The question that i am asked most frequently is: “The law has changed – but will society change?” My answer is – society changes because LGBT people are changing and gaining the confidence to live the lives they dreamt of.
Three queer entrepreneurs discuss how food can build bridges in the island nation.
Acceptance of gay and lesbian people has jumped in states where they can marry
HIV and LGBTI community heroes from across Asia and the Pacific are set to be honoured at a special event in Bangkok in November, with organisers of the 3rd HERO Awards currently seeking nominations from community members across the region