Uganda

En 2009, un projet de loi prévoyait la peine de mort pour les homosexuels séropositifs. ©Neamoscou
In Uganda, homosexuality is considered a crime punishable by long years in prison. In this country where an estimated 2% of the population is thought to be LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender), coming out is perilous, both for the people concerned and for their families. Despite the best...
In Uganda, homophobia is a harsh reality for LGBT people (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender). Since 2009, the country has tried several times to tighten its legislation against homosexuality. Recent parliamentary debates have reinforced an already deeply rooted intolerance, fuelled by certain...