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Today, India’s Supreme Court struck down a 157 year-old colonial-era law - imposed by the British during the country’s colonial past - decriminalising consensual same-sex sexual acts. Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code criminalised “ carnal intercourse against the order of nature ”, which was interpreted to mean all...

An exhibition of photographs by photographer Eivind Hansen, which were commissioned by Kaleidoscope Trust, will return to London to mark London Pride. On July 3, LGBT+ activists from around the world are coming together to show their colours at the opening of this unique photography exhibition. The exhibition, Queer Commonwealth:...

The Equality & Justice Alliance – a consortium composed of international NGOs Kaleidoscope Trust, Human Dignity Trust, The Royal Commonwealth Society and Sisters For Change – will implement a £5.6 million programme to build fairer, more equal and more inclusive Commonwealth societies by supporting countries seeking to reform laws that...

Kaleidoscope Trust met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to discuss Canada’s role in advancing LGBT+ rights across the Commonwealth. The April 20 meeting, which was attended by Kaleidoscope Trust’s Executive Director Paul Dillane and Programme Manager Jesse Sperling, connected Trudeau with LGBT+ activists from the Commonwealth Equality Network ....

Prime Minister Theresa May has told Commonwealth leaders that the UK “deeply regrets” its legacy on anti-LGBT+ laws. 36 of the 53 countries in the Commonwealth continue to criminalise same-sex acts, primarily under laws imposed during the British Colonial era that have yet to be repealed. More than a billion...

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