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The State We're In - Being gay in Africa - Life for gays?
February 02, 2010 05:48 PM PST

Africa is not a place to be out and proud right now. Homosexual acts are illegal in 37 countries on the continent and in recent years many African leaders have been increasing the anti-gay rhetoric. In Uganda a proposed law would make being gay punishable by life imprisonment. Jonathan is joined by Ian Swartz, founder of a gay rights organisation in Namibia, and Scott Long from Human Rights Watch in New York.

Stosh Mugisha
January 04, 2010 08:50 AM PST
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Interview with Stosh Mugisha, Ugandan LGBT rights activist

Interview with Neil Grungras of LGBT asylum advocates ORAM
December 14, 2009 06:36 PM PST

We've heard about horrific anti-gay violence in Jamaica, the Middle East and other parts of the world. Now hear how those who've fled their homelands fare as refugees, usually with no resources and in neighboring countries just as homophobic.

Longtime immigration lawyer Neil Grungras founded the Organization for Refuge, Asylum and Migration (ORAMinternational.org) to help them out. He's Eric Jansen's expert guest on this episode of Out in the Bay.

Gay Life After Saddam
July 13, 2009 04:12 PM PDT
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BBC Radio Five documentary

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