“It is unacceptable that in many countries people are subject to violence or the threat of violence because of their sexual orientation or perceived HIV status. Respect for human rights is essential in ensuring that all people have access to HIV services.”
by The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle, President of St. Paul’s Foundation for International Reconciliation
The legacy of Anglican and British rule and morality in many parts of the modern world needs careful and urgent scrutiny right now in the light of two impending decisions that will save of destroy millions of human lives, in the name of God.
by The Rev. Canon Albert J. Ogle, President of the St. Paul’s Foundation for International Reconciliation
These moral battles, as we have seen in Uganda, are often driven by well- meaning Christian fundamentalists from the USA in a perverse kind of neo-colonialism. They have no idea of the fallout from these laws to millions of LGBT people who cannot access HIV prevention or care.