Change is here. Visit any town in Kenya and, if you know where to look, you will not miss a pub, clinic, youth center, church yard, school or social hall where gays and lesbians meet to relax or discuss issues of concern to them. >>>
03/04/2011 | Charge de Communication Pan Africa ILGA
OPINION: It’s now almost three months since David Kato, a former teacher and a leading Ugandan gay rights activist, was beaten to death in Mukono Town in Uganda. Kato was living in Johannesburg in the salad days of our new democracy and, inspired by the progress made here in recognising the legal right of gay people to an equal humanity, he became a key figure in the Ugandan movement when he returned home in 1998. >>>
11/10/2010 | Charge de Communication Pan Africa ILGA
The new Constitution protects gays and lesbians. Why? Because its Bill of Rights protects the rights of all, not just a chosen few. Any first year law student knows this simple and clear statement of fact and law is unarguable. The Constitution protects everyone who is in Kenya – citizens and non-citizens alike – from discriminatory and capricious treatment.
Opinion by: Makau Mutua >>>