The year started badly for LGBTQ people in Brazil. January 1, 2019 marked the beginning of Jair Bolsonaro’s presidential mandate, who removed LGBTQ concerns from the Ministry of Human Rights.
The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) will organize its Oceania Human Rights and Health Conference from 9 to 11 March.
Najib Razak, the Malaysian prime minister, announced at a seminar on moderate Islam, it was no question for his country to make laws for LGBT people.
While elections will take place in the French states, it is good to remember that the political party FN regards the LGBT community as a poison.
John Atta Mills, president of Ghana, will not legalize homosexuality in spite of UK's threats to stop financial aid.
Hillary Clinton published an official statement to celebrate the day against the homophobia and the transphobia and here are some extracts:
President Obama went to Brazil where he met President Dilma Rousseff, they informed they work within the Oganisation of the American States to establish a "Special Rapporteur" to help "promoting respect for the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals."
The United Nations voted for the rewriting of the reference to the sexual orientation in the resolution condemning the unjustified massacres of minority groups.
Tuesday, 83 countries signed a resolution exhorting the international community to stop the violations of the Human Rights based on sexual orientation.
In France, it is a step ahead, a step behind.
One could wonder where will go UK financial aids? Certainly not in the pockets of the Zimbabwe's president.
A minister in Malaysia repeats once again that homosexuality is illegal and has no intention to change this.
Perhaps, in Denmark, you will be able to you marry in Lutheran churches.
Lastly, Google goes towards always more equality.