The U.N. refugee agency has moved more than 200 gay refugees from dangers of Kakuma refugee camp to safety in crowded, unsanitary quarters in Nairobi.
A Kenyan court has ordered the homophobic Anglican Church of Kenya to pay U.S. $67,000 to three priests whom it ousted in 2015 on unproven allegations that they were homosexuals.
Will the U.N., Kenya, the U.S. and other Western countries stop mistreating and shunning LGBT+ refugees in Kenya now that the agency overseeing the Kakuma refugee camp has decided it cannot assure their safety there? […]
The U.N. refugee agency announced today that it is moving LGBT+ refugees to safe houses in Nairobi, evacuating them from Kenya’s huge Kakuma Camp where they have repeatedly been targets of violent attacks by other […]
LGBT refugees protesting dangerous and inhumane conditions at Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya were attacked yesterday by armed men at the UN Refugee Agency compound, allegedly while Kenyan police and U.N. guards looked on or […]
Botswana and Kenya will be the next two countries to overturn their anti-gay laws, if court challenges there succeed.
Trouble was all that four desperate Ugandan LGBTI refugees found when they tried to escape from the homophobia and food shortages of Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp. In June, they traveled 1,000 miles to Malawi, where […]
Last weekend’s successful first-ever Pride at Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya attracted hundreds, but the camp’s LGBTI residents now fear for their lives.
LGBTI Ugandan refugees in Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp are preparing to celebrate Pride on June 16, thanks to $1,500 worth of financial help from individual donors abroad and in Kenya.