Anti-gay Law: Joe Biden officially communicates visa restrictions  

“We are not intimidated,” says State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Okello Oryem on America’s threats over Anti-gay Law.

Now with our Anti-gay Law, we can ignore the West

The new Anti-gay Law, according to President Museveni will deal with promoters of homosexuality and will not deny medical services to the homosexuals as it is being said.

Canterbury writes to Archbishop Mugalu to withdraw support for Anti-gay Law

“I make this public statement with sorrow and with continuing prayers for reconciliation between our Churches and across the Anglican Communion,” writes Archbishop Welby

Commonwealth leaders pledge continued unity and to empower youth

The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 56 independent and equal sovereign states. Our combined population is 2.5 billion, of which more than 60 per cent is aged 29 or under.

UK Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab resigns

Dominic Raab described the finding into the allegations against him as “flawed” but accepted to step down as UK’s Deputy Prime Minister.

Climate experts react to IPCC report as efforts to limit global temperature rise continue

Ilan Zugman said the IPCC report is palpable in several places in Latin America, where denialist governments have acted, in recent years, as accomplices in the expansion of fossil fuels, while Indigenous peoples and social movements have led the demand for renewable energies.

IWPG holds women’s conference to strengthen global partnership for sustainable peace 

About 150 peace sponsors and members attended the Jeonbuk Women’s event at the Education and Culture Center

Understanding poverty: Maize and wheat prices are 31% and 14% higher

The International Food and Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) outlined eight major remaining concerns for global food security: historically high commodity prices, tight staple food markets, the impact of the war in Ukraine on spring planting, volatile fertilizer markets, adverse climatic conditions.

Trump’s attorney Ticktin in ‘Trump v. Clinton’ affirms the lawsuit is ‘far from frivolous’

The case is Donald J. Trump v. Hillary R. Clinton et al., case number 2:22-cv-14102, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Climate change letter to world leaders 

We don’t want promises for the future, we want action now. We want world leaders to deliver the funds for climate justice today.