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Nowhere to Turn: Blackmail and Extortion of LGBT People in Sub-Saharan Africa

Nowhere to Turn: Blackmail and Extortion of LGBT People in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Published by LGBT Asylum News
Report by IGLHRC
Report by IGLHRC

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Published by: LGBT Asylum News on Feb 17, 2011
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Nowhere to Turn:
Blackmail and Extortion of LGBT People inSub-Saharan Africa
Human rIGHts For eVeryone. eVeryWHere.
InternatIonal Gay and lesbIan Human rIGHts CommIssIon
 
This report was edited by yan Thoreson and Sam ook at the InternationalGay and Lesbian Human ights ommission (IGLH). Special thanks also goto those who participated in the conference on blackmail and extortion, heldin Johannesburg in ctober 2007.A number of staff and board members at IGLH, past and present, providedinvaluable support in conceptualizing, commissioning, and reviewing thereport. Special thanks go to ary Alan Johnson, Paula Ettelbrick, Tim Lane,Jessica Stern, Adrian oman, Sarah Tobias, Sara Perle, onica baru, Victorukasa, hivuli kwimi, and Joel Nana.A special thanks also goes to athy ills for designing and formatting thepublication.The cover image of this report is original artwork by aitlin hapman.A number of other individuals assisted in helping to think through thecomplexities of blackmail and human rights including Alice iller andBernadette uthien.IGLH gratefully thanks liver Phillips and outledge for permission to reprintmaterial in this anthology. The chapter by liver Phillips was originally publishedas “Blackmail in Zimbabwe: Troubling Narratives of Sexuality and Human ights,”in
The International Journal of Human ights 
13.2 (2009): 345-364.inally, this report would not have been possible without the generous supportof the Swedish International evelopment ooperation Agency (SIA).
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Nowhere to Turn:
Blackmal and Extrtn f LGBT Peplen Sub-Saharan Afrca
Edted by
Ryan Thoreson and Sam Cook
InternatIonal Gay and lesbIan Human rIGHts CommIssIon

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