Equal Love campaign launch — London 26 October 2010.
OutRage! legal bid to overturn the twin bans on same-sex civil marriage and opposite-sex civil partnerships. Equality for all, gay and straight.
Sir Ian McKellen unveiled a blue plaque honouring Peter Tatchell, campaigner for human rights, gay freedom and social justice. The ceremony took place on Wednesday 29 September 2010 at 11am outside Peter’s block of flats in Southwark, London.
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Exclusive 6 minutes video of Moscow Pride film director Vladimir Ivanov about the preparations and the action of fifth Moscow Pride on Saturday 29 May 2010.
Vladimir Ivanov is the film director of “Moskva. Pride ’06” documentary which was selected for Berlin Film Festival in 2007.
Drop the charges and repeal anti-gay laws
Commonwealth must condemn homophobic persecution in Malawi
Many people attended the protest against the arrest, trial and
imprisonment of the Malawian same-sex couple, Steven Monjeza and
Tiwonge Chimbalanga, on charges of homosexuality. They face up to 14 years jail.
Monday 22 March
12.30pm to 2pm
Commonwealth Secretariat’s head office, Marlborough House, Pall Mall,
London SW1Y 5HX.
By the corner of Pall Mall and St James’s Street.
On the 21.03.10 Peter Tatchell was talking in front of the Commonweath asking why the Commonweath was doing nothing to stop the criminalisation of same-sex relations in 40 Commonweath countries. The LGBT community and OutRage are asking for the release of Malawi gay couple Tiwonge and Steven and an end of same-sex relations criminalisation in all the Commonweath countries.
Write to Dr. Francis Moto, High Commission of Malawi, 70 Winnington road, London N2 0TX. Email email@example.com
Nearly 100 protesters rallied outside the Ugandan Embassy in London on Human Rights Day to support the Ugandan LBGTI community. They called on the Ugandan government to drop its draconian Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which is currently being debated by the Ugandan parliament.
Under this proposed law, LGBTI Ugandans will face execution for certain homosexual acts and life imprisonment for all other same-sex acts – even mere caressing and kissing.
The London protesters included LGBTI activists from the UK and of Jamican descent, plus LGBTI campaigners from Uganda, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Cameroon, Nigeria, the Congo and Kenya.
Pride London Patron and Human Rights Campaigner Peter Tatchell talks about the horrendous levels of homophobia faced by LGBT Jamaicans. You can read more about this issue and all of Peter and Outrage’s other campaigns at www.petertatchell.net
George Galloway MP repeats the slander that gay Iranians are executed for “committing sex crimes againts young men” not because they’re gay – on the Matthew Wright show, 13 March 2008.
Galloway digs in even deeper, now claiming that gay people can “meet for trysts” openly in the centre of Tehran. (C5, Wright Stuff, 14 March 2008)
Activists Arsham Parsi and Peter Tatchell explain the life-threatening situation for lesbian and gay people in Iran, during the BBC News (12 March 2008) item on gay asylum seeker, Mehdi Kazemi.