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Africa: On Cutting Aid to Countries Violating LGBTI Rights

Statement of African social justice activists on the decision of the British government to “cut aid” to African countries that violate the rights of LGBTI people in Africa: “We, the undersigned African social justice activists, working to advance societies that affirm peoples’ differences, choice and agency throughout Africa, express the following concerns about the use of aid conditionality as an incentive for increasing the protection of the rights of LGBTI people on the continent.”

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  • Polly Lamo

    Most of Africa is very nice and look very civil. But the media potrays all of Africa as if it was all the same. South Africa looks just like a city in the US. It is mostly North Africa where all the pictures of Africa are from. If you don’t know about how Africa got so bad, this article gives a great explanation on it.

    http://explainlikeakid.blogspot.com/2011/09/what-is-wrong-with-africa.html

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