Sexual Offences Bill will continue undermining the rights of Key populations in Uganda.
Kampala Tuesday, May 4th, 2021; The Uganda Key Populations Consortium (UKPC) and members strongly condemn the Sexual Offences Bill 2019,
Uganda Key Populations Consortium condemns the arrest and ongoing detention of Nicholas Opiyo
The Uganda Key Populations Consortium (UKPC) condemns the arrests of Nicholas Opiyo, a Human Rights Defender by the Uganda Police Forces on Tuesday December 22nd, 2020. Opiyo was picked up by plain clothed security operative from a restaurant in Kamwokya, Kampala, on Tuesday where he was having lunch with his friends.
UKPC National Coordinator’s Message on this year’s Women’s Day
If there is anything that 2020 has taught everyone, if you need things to move if you need to witness transformational leadership, and if you need to give people hope, put women in position(s) of power.
Message from the UKPC National Coordinator on the International Sex Workers’ Rights Day
Today- the International Sex Workers’ Rights Day, is a very special day. A special day because I get to talk about the rights of a key population group, one of which I do have friends, role models, sisters, brothers and my everyday unsung heroes.
We join the LGBTIQ+ community in Uganda to mourn the untimely death of our own Alexander Human who was the Executive Director - Blessed Rwenzori Uganda in Kasese.Blessed Rwenzori is one of our key members in Uganda Key Populations Consortium and through Alexander we have been working closely with the community in Western Uganda to strengthen coordination of Key Populations in the region.