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Uganda’s President Museveni must veto the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which was passed in a surprise vote on 20 December, say secular and religious critics.
Uganda's Christians have a tradition of speaking up for justice and peace which needs to be taken forward in a new era, says Canon Grace Kaiso.
Archbishop Stanley Ntagali of Uganda has condemned the decision by Church of England bishops to allow celibate clergy in civil partnerships to be bishops, claiming this violated biblical faith and Anglican agreements.
Following the re-introduction in Uganda of a bill that would harshly punish homosexuality, human rights activists, including some church leaders, are opposing it.
Anglican Archbishop Henry Orombi, who will be leaving office this year, has received both praise and criticism within the worldwide church and beyond.
African churches must urge governments to do more to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS, says the continent's first religious leader to declare publicly his HIV+ status.
The Ugandan government and public officials are placing illegitimate restrictions on freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, say critics.
Faith leaders in Uganda are celebrating ten years of successful inter-faith service to a nation rebounding from civil war and economic catastrophe.
The UK Home Secretary is under pressure to halt the deportation of Robert Segwanyi to Uganda, where he was imprisoned and tortured for being gay.
A bishop from Uganda, presently in Edinburgh, is set to challenge the 'sexual apartheid' of discrimination and oppression against LGBT people.