Angola joins a growing list of countries that are taking responsibility for eradicating out-dated and discriminatory sexual offences laws
The Caribbean Court of Justice strikes down 125-year-old law that discriminated against trans people.
Belize's Court of Appeal hears arguments in case challenging the country's historic decision to decriminalise same-sex activity between men.
Regional human rights body rules that a challenge to Jamaica's anti-buggery laws is admissible.
Ruling in second most populous country on earth means that one fifth of all LGBT people globally are no longer subject to criminalisation.
Court of Criminal Appeal finds that consensual same-sex intimacy is a fundamental right and cannot be considered ‘unnatural.’