Punishments for male to male relationships: Imprisonment of 10 years or more
Female to Female Relationships: Legal
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law
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03/10/2013 | ILGA-LAC - Oficial de Comunicación
In his Independence Day speech, Belice’s Prime Minister, Dean Barrow, declared that his government “will thoroughly respect the right of church to express their viewpoint regarding the morality or immorality of homosexuality. However, the government can’t elude its duty to guarantee that every citizen without exception enjoys full protection of the law”. >>>
09/06/2011 | ILGA-LAC equipo de comunicacion
Earlier we told you that the churches view the claim on gay rights brought against the attorney general by UNIBAM as an attack on the moral fiber of the nation. According to the UNIBAM executive president, however, the lawsuit is simply a means by which homosexuals are standing up for their basic human rights through advocacy at the Supreme Court Level. If you haven’t made up your mind on the issue, Caleb Orosco defended his case in the next lines. >>>
07/06/2011 | ILGA-LAC equipo de comunicacion
This comes in light of that section of the Laws of Belize which states that every person who has carnal intercourse against the order of nature with any person or animal shall be liable to imprisonment for up to ten years. >>>
15/06/2010 | ILGA-LAC equipo de comunicacion
The coalition of LGBTTTI organizations from 17 Latin American and Caribbean countries working within the Organization of American States (OAS) supports the approval of the third resolution on Human Rights, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity. >>>
Join the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) and United Belize Advocacy Movement (UNIBAM) in calling on the Ministry of Education of Belize and other authorities to take legal action to ensure that Jose Garcia is not prevented from attending school because of his sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression and to protect him from harassment and discrimination. >>>