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When a Ugandan tabloid published the names and photos of (alleged) gay and lesbian people, she was one of three individuals who took the newspaper to court and won.When in 2012 the Minister of Ethics shut down a workshop involving several LGBTI organisations claiming that such a gathering was illegal, Nabagesera was among those who sued the minister for violating their freedom of assembly.These court actions are slowly helping to shift public opinion in Uganda towards the notion that LGBTI people have constitutionally guaranteed rights.Nabagesera has also lobbied and campaigned against several unjust laws.
When a Ugandan tabloid published the names and photos of (alleged) gay and lesbian people, she was one of three individuals who took the newspaper to court and won. Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera was born in 1980 and studied to become an accountant.We were so happy to have such strong participation by so many villagers and our special partners.We have so many people to thank for this great day!Nabagesera was responsible for developing a ‘security team’ that is able to respond rapidly to human rights abuses and arbitrary arrests of LGBTI persons, and provide legal support and solidarity to victims.
Breaking myths and countering homophobia Kasha Nabagesera and FARUG have initiated a number of campaigns designed to alter negative perceptions of LGBTI people.
The 2011 Hate no More campaign reached out to the mass media in Uganda with the aim of fighting homophobia and stopping misconceptions and myths about same-sex relationships.