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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.
Bishop Christopher Senjonyo from Uganda, a courageous advocate of the rights and dignity of LGBT people in Africa, is speaking at three events in the 2011 Edinburgh Festival of Spirituality and Peace this weekend.
Civic bodies and churches in Scotland have been challenged by a priest living with HIV to face up to the stigma and prejudice surrounding AIDS.
As President Yoweri Museveni begins his new term in office, Amnesty International has urged him to improve Uganda’s patchy human rights record.
LGCM has called on all people of good will, including UK Christians, to oppose the "deeply flawed, inhumane and unjust" Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda.
An Anglican bishop in Uganda has urged the Anglican Communion not to "keep quiet" about abuse and violence faced by gay, lesbian and bisexual people.
Church leaders in Southern Sudan have called for urgent strategies to end threats caused by northern Uganda's rebel group, the Lord's Resistance Army.
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