Discover how the National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission won a decisive victory against the ban on their organization and the implications of this decision for LGBTQ+ rights advocacy in Africa.
In a country where homosexuality is punishable by death, a rare NGO is boldly defending the rights of LGBTQ people. The group, called the Guardians of Equality Movement, comprises activists who run various campaigns to demand equal rights and end the human rights violations they face. Despite the risks, these brave individuals continue to figh...
The High Court of Namibia's recent ruling against recognizing same-sex marriages within the country has once again highlighted the ongoing struggle for LGBTQ+ rights in the region. This decision has compounded legal barriers and social challenges for same-sex couples in Namibia, who are still fighting for marriage equality and equal rights and bene...
Several Senegalese legislators aimed to augment the duration of prison sentences for those involved in same-sex relationships. Luckily, the bill did not gain approval.
Good news for the LGBTQ community in Botswana! The country has just decriminalized same-sex relationships, paving the way for much-needed protection.
Mauritius is an island located near Africa in the Indian Ocean and is also one of the countries that still criminalizes same-sex relationships.
Are you interested in learning more about the LGBTQ community in Syria? The purpose of this article is to provide a comprehensive look into the situation for LGBTQ rights in Syria, which has become increasingly dire as the civil war continues.
Equality is something that should be celebrated, no matter how small the steps may seem. This article aims to provide insight into the current state of LGBTQ rights in Botswana, and if recent developments are any indication, it looks like they're headed in a positive direction.
Senegal is a West African country that is known for its conservative values. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people in Senegal faces discrimination and harassment daily. In this article, we will be discussing the latest news on LGBTQ rights in Senegal.