This is a case summary of the Belgian Tribual of First Instance's decision in the case of Odonnance de Référé.
This is the report of the Legal Workshop on Equality and Non-discrimination organised by the Equal Rights Trust and Human Rights Law Network, in Mumbai, from 12 - 13 December 2009.
This is a case note of the Delhi High Court decision of Naz Foundation v. Government of NCT of Delhi and Others. It was published in Volume Four of The Equal Rights Review.
Excerpts from the ERT Legal Brief on the Ugandan Anti-homosexuality Bill 2009.
On 14 October 2009, the Anti-homosexuality Bill was introduced before the parliament of Uganda. The Bill received international criticism from human rights organisations and states alike. If passed, the Anti-homosexuality Bill would legitimise, institutionalise, increase and perpetuate the profound discrimination and gross inequality suffered by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Uganda today.
This is and article by Wan Yanhai, Hu Ran, Guo Ran and Linda Arnade entitled Discrimination against People with HIV/AIDS in China. It was published in Volume Four of The Equal Rights Review, Volume Four.
This is the editorial to The Equal Rights Review, Volume Four, written by Dimitrina Petrova.
The Equal Rights Trust (ERT) has submitted a legal brief to Ugandan President Yowere Museveni outlining how adoption of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill currently being debated would breach both Uganda’s Constitution and its international treaty obligations.
ERT’s submission calls on President Museveni and Ugandan parliamentarians to reject the Bill in its entirety, and to review the constitutionality of section 145 of the Ugandan Penal Code, which is currently used to prosecute homosexual conduct.
A letter from the Equal Rights Trust to Commonwealth General Secretary Kamalesh Sharma expressing concern at the continuing and widespread legal discrimination against homosexuals across the Commonwealth of Nations, a situation brought into sharp focus by the introduction of an Anti-Homosexuality Bill 2009 before the parliament of Uganda in October 2009.
This document outlines legislation in Belgium that prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation in the field of employment.
We are grateful to DLA Piper for preparing this document on a pro bono basis. Their contribution is extremely relevant to disseminating information on equality and anti-discrimination laws.