Ask Rt Hon Theresa May 'immediately stop aid to Malawi' after new law passed Criminalizing Lesbians
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Ask Rt Hon Theresa May 'immediately stop aid to Malawi' after new law passed Criminalizing Lesbians

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October 2011


African countries with anti-gay policies will have their aid cut by the UK after a decision last week. 

Human Rights activists hope this decision will deter countries like Malawi from prosecuting gays and lesbians for their sexual orientation. They also hope that these nations will move to decrminalize homosexuality.


New law just passed in Malawi:

Malawi President Bingu Wa Mutharika has just signed a bill into law that makes Sex between two Women a crime.

Please read the Press Release from the International Commission of Jurists


Please help T.I.G.R.O. put pressure on Rt Hon Theresa May to stop the UK Government sending any more aid to Malawi unitl Malawi's Government  complies with its Human Rights commitments under international law


The USA have already delayed the release of $350 million in grants amid the concerns of the new laws.

Last week Germany withheld half the $33 million in foreign aid promised to Malawi because of the Criminalisation of homosexuality and the restriction of press freedom

The Global Fund recently rejected Malawi's application for $560 million


Please help TIGRO stop the UK's aid and sign this petition to the Home Secretary Rt Hon Theresa May

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    1. UK Government have announced cuts in aid to Countries like Malawi

      by Tigro


      The UK Government have now announced that Countries who abuse LGBT human rights could have their aid cut.

      Why should taxpayers of Britain have to give billions in tax to Countries who use some of the money to abuse LGBT people

      Alex Elliott from T.I.G.R.O. says, 'Thank you David Cameron for listening to our concerns, Britain's taxpayers should not be funding abuse of LGBT people or any other people whether in Malawi or anywhere else.

    2. Reached 100 signatures


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