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Pan Africa ILGA 13 Dec

Pan Africa ILGA 13 Dec

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NEWS/ACTUALITIESHillary Clinton at UN: "Gay rights are human rights andhuman rights are gay rights"
 "Some have suggested that gay rights and human rights are separate anddistinct but in fact they are one and the same" said US Secretary of Stateat the United Nations Human Rights Council December 6 2011.
LGBT Activists from Around the World React to Secretary 
Clinton’s S
 Reactions from LGBT human rights defenders from around the world who were on hand to witness the speech.http://ilga.org/ilga/en/article/niy2xSu1jX
Gay rights: Africa, the new frontier
 Gay rights have become a new frontier in diplomatic relations between Western powers and African governments, with aid cut warnings fromthe US and UK.
Out-Right Namibia Condemns Attack on Mr. Gay Namibia
  A statement from Out-Right Namibia (ORN) on the on homophobicattack of Mr. Gay Namibia, Wendelinus Hamutenya.
Malawi to review homosexuality law 
 Justice Minister Ephraim Chiume announced that Malawi will review aseries of controversial laws, including a ban on homosexual acts.
Gay Kenya Launches Financial Appeal To Build A Safe Space
Gay Kenya has launched an appeal for funds to establish a permanentplace of safety for gay people in the country.
The Homophobic Disruptio
ns Of AMSHeR’S Pre
-ICASA Meeting
What Really Happened
The 16th ICASA meeting kicked off on December 4 2011 in a colourfulceremony in Ethiopia's capital of Addis Ababa.
Cameroon Moves To Strengthen Its Anti-Homosexual Laws
 Alternatives Cameroon reports that government policy makers last week convened to endorse a preliminary draft of a law that imposes harsherpenalties for homosexual acts.
South African lesbians live in fear, report finds
Human Rights Watch survey paints grim picture of sexual violence,intimidation and harassment.
 A lesson in sexual tolerance
 The Centre for Education Rights and Transformation at the University of Johannesburg (UJ), in collaboration with Gala, has produced a booklettitled Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Rights in Education.
The gray area of gay refugees
 Part of 16 in-depth reports from key locations at this pivotal time inhistory, telling highly personal, often overlooked stories from the LGBTIrights movement.
Johannesburg LGBTI Community Invited To City's Special 16Days Of Activism Event
The LGBTI community has been invited by the City of Johannesburg totake part in special event as part of 16 Days of Activism.
LGBT Nigerians: "We Are Not Illegal"
  As a Nigerian citizen, and a public health advocate, I call upon you tostop the draconian, anti-human rights, anti- HIV/AIDS prevention andun-democratic legislation just passed by the national Senate.
PAI has launched a ground breaking surevy, which is the first of its kindand encourages LGBTI groups and individuals to participate. It consistsof 37 questions, in English and French. Persons who have not yetcompleted the surevy can emailapindampako@ilga.orgfor moreinformation.http://www.mask.org.za/pan-african-ilga-wants-your-views/

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