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Revise its national legislation to decriminalise homosexuality and prohibit all forms of discrimination (Switzerland); 113.7.
Remove criminal penalties for offense on the basis of sexual orientation (Australia); 113.8.
It is our considered opinion that such practices remain a matter of private choice. Implementation of international human rights obligations 1. UNCT indicated that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex persons faced several forms of discrimination, including harassment and unequal access to public services. Implementation of international human rights obligations 1. JS8 stated that the current legal framework reinforced the social stigma against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals and exposed them to the risk of deprivation of liberty, life, right to privacy, physical integrity and health. Joint Submission 8 (JS8) stated that human rights defenders continued to be targeted for harassment, threats, unjustified criminal charges and violence.
CIVICUS stated that members of the security forces were often complicit in the abuse and intimidation of human rights defenders working for the rights of LGBT individuals.
Norway commended Uganda for an increased acceptance of women’s rights within their policymaking framework and acknowledged the Domestic Violence Act.
Norway welcomed the dismissal of the Anti-homosexuality Bill 2009. The Czech Republic expressed concern at the discrimination of LGBTI persons in Uganda. Denmark […] commended Uganda for its decision to drop the Anti-Homosexuality Bill.
Reject the Anti-Homosexuality Bill and decriminalise homosexual relationships between consenting adults (Slovenia); 113.4 Fulfil its obligations under international human rights law to decriminalise same-sex relationships between consenting adults and repeal any laws or reforms that explicitly discriminate on any grounds, including sexual orientation and gender identity (Norway); 113.5.
Repeal laws that discriminate against LGBTs (Belgium); 113.6.
Decriminalise same-sex relations between consenting adults and ensure that no person is subject to arbitrary arrest or detention because of their sexual orientation or gender identity (Austria); 113.12.Fulfil its obligations under international human rights law and ensure the protection of all minorities and repeal any laws or reforms that explicitly or implicitly discriminate on any grounds, including sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression (Denmark). Adoption of the Report The report of the Working Group was adopted at the 19th session of the Human Rights Council in March 2012.Statement by Uganda Reference was made to proposed legislation on the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons (LGBT).Study the possibility to decriminalise relationships between consenting adults of the same sex (Argentina); 113.9.Abstain from applying legislation that criminalises homosexuality (Brazil); 113.10.
HRW and JS8 recommended the rejection of this Bill. References to SOGI during the Working Group review B.