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Ban Ki-Moon on gay rights in Africa

It’s no secret that the treatment of gays and respect for gay rights in Africa can be spotty at best. (See, e.g., previous coverage on this blog of a particularly chilling chain of events in Uganda here, here, and here. And let’s not forget Zimbabwe either.) A welcome gesture, then, that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon

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Published on January 31, 2012
Author:          Filed under: Africa, African Union, David Law, gay rights, hp, UDHR, Uganda, Zimbabwe