Library

The purpose of this section is to draw attention to the documents that are relevant in developing an understanding of the various issues around criminalisation of homosexuality. The documents contained in the library can be accessed by clicking on the relevant sections. Advanced search option can be used for sorting the documents based on sections and/ or country and for more specific searches based on key-words. Each document has been provided a brief overview and full text can be accessed by clicking on the indicated link. 


 

Legal Analysis

This section contains academic articles and similar publications.


M.D. Kirby, Can the Commonwealth of Nations Survive? A Dismal Story on Human Rights, 21 April 2015

Justice Kirby’s speech, entitled: Can the Commonwealth of Nations Survive? A Dismal Story on Human Rights [pdf], focuses particularly on a failure to protect the lives and dignities of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people across the globe. Justice Kirby expresses in his lecture how he saw his efforts diluted by the Commonwealth, an organisation which has consistently failed to intervene on behalf of oppressed LGBT people.


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M.D. Kirby, Can the Commonwealth of Nations Survive? A Dismal Story on Human Rights, 21 April 2015

Justice Kirby’s speech, entitled: Can the Commonwealth of Nations Survive? A Dismal Story on Human Rights [pdf], focuses particularly on a failure to protect the lives and dignities of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people across the globe. Justice Kirby expresses in his lecture how he saw his efforts diluted by the Commonwealth, an organisation which has consistently failed to intervene on behalf of oppressed LGBT people.


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Dark Side of the Moon: The Legacy of British Sexual Offences Laws in the Commonwealth

Téa Braun, ‘Dark Side of the Moon: The Legacy of British Sexual Offences Laws in the Commonwealth’, presentation to Legal and Judicial Legacies of Empire Conference, 17 June 2014


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