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70 religious representatives and 25 organisations have issued a statement in response to the violent death of gay rights activist David Kato in Uganda.
The United Reformed Church has expressed its support for the campaign to halt the deportation of refused asylum seeker, Brenda Namigadde to Uganda.
UK charity Pink Triangle Trust has welcomed the Archbishop of Canterbury’s condemnation of the murder of Ugandan gay activist David Kato, but with reservations
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has called for an end to bigotry against homosexual people after the death of David Kato in Uganda.
Human rights advocates are urging the UK Government to halt the deportation of Brenda Namigadde, who fled Uganda eight years ago after violence and threats.
Human rights supporters in Uganda have expressed their horror at the murder of David Kato, a leading gay rights activist.
Anglican Archbishop Henry Luke Orombi of Uganda has denounced as a "hideous crime", the recent bomb attacks in Kampala.
Campaigners have welcomed a decision by the international Scouting body to question the Ugandan wing of their movement about the Anti-Homosexuality Bill proposed by the country’s chief Scout.
The World Organisation of the Scout Movement is under pressure to denounce the Ugandan Anti-Homosexuality Bill, given that the Bill’s proposer, David Bahati, is Chief of the Scout Board of Uganda.
In a speech aimed at calming the warring factions within the C of E and the worldwide Anglican Communion, Rowan Williams apologised to gay people but said that unelected bishops were right to oppose equality legislation.