The Human Dignity Trust is delighted to invite you to a lecture given by Michael Kirby AC CMG, a former senior judge in Australia and among the most eminent jurists of our time. Michael Kirby’s lecture, entitled Can the Commonwealth of Nations Survive? A Dismal Story of Human Rights, is to be given on the 89th birthday of […]
A challenge to the law that criminalises homosexuality has been dismissed by Singapore’s highest court, meaning that it’s still a crime to be gay in the country.
Attorney General of Palau confirms that the country's new penal code has decriminalised homosexuality.
After the recently completed Commonwealth Games 2014, the Human Dignity Trust’s Chief Executive writes in The Independent that homosexuality is a crime in 80 per cent of Commonwealth states, and it's the British who are to blame.
The Human Dignity Trust analyses the Supreme Court's decision to overturn a landmark 2009 ruling that removed the colonial era criminalisation of homosexuality.
Former Co-Chair of J-FLAG discusses the role of the courts in defending LGBT rights.