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Homophobic apprenticeship workshop to be held in Uganda
Stephen Langa, Executive Director of a Ugandan group, Family Life Network, has announced that his group will be holding a workshop from March 5th to 7th to provide insight on the causes and treatment of homosexuality; provide practical tips on how to prevent homosexuality behaviour in youth; expose the homosexual agenda, their tactics, strategy and methods of recruitment; and provide information and guidelines on how to respond to the homosexual agenda in an organization, community or nation. According to ugpulse, the workshop will be targetting parents, guardians, teachers, government officials, policy makers, members of parliament, religious leaders, counsellors and activists... It may be noted that Uganda has some of the strictest anti-homosexual laws. This includes a life sentence for homosexual conduct. In 2005, it became the first country to officially ban same-sex marriages.
  Friday 27 February 2009 - 12:26


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