Tagged as: Human rights

When the law is an ass: challenging the state apparatus in Nigeria 23 Oct 2020

When Victor* was convicted for the “crime” of consensual sex with another man, after being unlawfully advised by a police officer to plead guilty,...

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Treated like animals for being gay, but dreaming of equality 08 Oct 2020

In November 2018, hundreds of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) activists in Tanzania were forced into hiding when a senior official annou...

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Growing a movement: uniting the Kenyan LGBTQ community 02 Oct 2020

Since 2016, a group of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex Kenyans have been engaged in legal action to challenge laws used to cri...

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Making the case for prison reform in Myanmar 29 Sep 2020

PITCH partners in Southeast Asia are advocating for improved prison conditions as part of a more comprehensive HIV response....

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Rachelle and Bea: Young, gifted and trans 10 Sep 2020

Rejected by their families, Rachelle and Bea face many challenges as young transgender women, but they have big dreams. ...

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REActing to COVID-19: why responding to rights violations is more important than ever 26 Aug 2020

Many marginalised communities are using Frontline AIDS’ Rights – Evidence – ACTion (REAct) tool to monitor and respond to the daily human rights...

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AIDS 2020: Five key takeaways for human rights in the time of COVID-19 17 Jul 2020

Alongside this year’s International AIDS Conference, Frontline AIDS and our partners hosted two virtual side events to focus conversation on the hum...

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Activism and AIDS: protect civil society’s space to end the epidemic 10 Jul 2020

A new report, reveals how marginalised people - and the organisations that work for them and represent them - face severe restrictions on the right to...

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Four reasons to end the silence on the war on drugs 26 Jun 2020

The war on drugs has wreaked havoc on millions of people across the world for half a century, but remains uncontested by all but a few. It has become ...

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