The refugees were arrested en masse near the headquarters of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in an upscale neighborhood of the Kenyan capital.
Wellington’s Out in the Park and Pride Hīkoi are no longer going ahead while organisers of the Wellington International Pride Parade remain in consultation with police.
Officials raised concerns that the festival was promoting an LGBT agenda
What many consider the first gay-pride march ever held in Central Asia has unleashed a storm of controversy in Kyrgyzstan, with threats of violence against participants, counterprotests, and fiery parliamentary debate over whether to rein in civil society.
‘Nothing is more important than ensuring our children’s education continues uninterrupted’
One government minister criticises a feminist rally for including LGBT campaigners, another claims there are no gay people in Malaysia
Has Pakatan Harapan forgotten its pre-election pledges – or is this a cynical attempt to court the conservative Muslim vote?
'Misuse of democratic space' statement comes amid concerns over growing persecution of LGBT community in Malaysia, where sodomy and other same-sex acts are outlawed
"I'm really beginning to believe that men really believe that women’s issues are trivial, and that’s why they will find any excuse to not respond to demands to address anything that truly affects women. It’s called misogyny!”
The organisers of the International Women's Day march on March 9 would like to restate the five demands that brought together hundreds of supporters from all walks of life in Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu.
Candelario Saldana is a leader who is making strides and causing a few waves at the University of Miami for LGBT lawyers.
In an Australian-first one state has moved to criminalise gay conversion therapy, with the practice being slammed as “bigoted quackery”.
“The notion that any gay Victorian is broken and needs to be fixed, the notion that any gay Victorian can be cured … is such a hurtful, wrong, absolutely disgraceful way to approach what should be about inclusion and acceptance”