Oh my god, the situation in Ghana is worrying! 400 LGBT people will take part in a "homosexuality conversion therapy."
The new president of Ghana assured that his government would not legalize same-sex marriage.
UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Phillip Alston, is extremely concerned about the situation of LGBT people in Ghana.
The first ever religious ceremony involving LGBT people took place in West Africa.
The Pew Research company recently went and meet people living in 40 different countries to ask them the following question: "Do you personally believe that homosexuality is morally acceptable, morally unacceptable, or is it not a moral issue?" Here thus results of this survey.
John Atta Mills, president of Ghana, will not legalize homosexuality in spite of UK's threats to stop financial aid.
There is some days, United Kingdom announced that it would not help financially countries which do not respect LGBT people anymore. After the reaction of Ghana, it is from now on Ugandan government which reacts.
The international association of gays and lesbians (ILGA) gained the accreditation of the United Nations.