Uganda: Gay Activists Take Ugandan Government to Court for Blocking Registration

A group of gay rights activists in Uganda have taken a government agency to court for refusing to register their organization. Homosexuality is illegal in the country, and violence against sexual minorities is rife.

Sexual Minorities Uganda lodged its case with the High Court after the Ugandan Registration Service Bureau knocked back the organization’s attempt to register its name.

In a statement on its website, the rights group – also known by the acronym SMUG – said it expects…


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