Hard work and progress toward LGBT rights in Africa, Jamaica

Published: September 19, 2013

 The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle, president of the St. Paul’s Foundation, tells of the foundation’s latest work with activists seeking equality in Jamaica, Uganda, Cameroon and Malawi:

This coming week marks the fourth birthday of the St. Paul’s Foundation. We have much to celebrate in the short time we have pooled our resources to work together for an important shared value: global equality. I want to alert you to some upcoming events and important dates to share just how far we have come from an initial gathering of these dreams and ideas. Clearly, 2013 is far from over, and our work is far from completed.
A year ago, our delegates to the Spirit of 76 Initiative returned home following the International AIDS Conference. We remain in touch with many of our activists, faithfully supporting those who await asylum, listening to the unmet needs of others and I wish we had more resources to build a stronger and deeper network. You can read more about specific people and projects here:
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