Discussion in 'Jamii Photos' started by Boflo, Apr 10, 2012.
Mtetezi wa haki gani huyo?
Huo mto au mfuko wa simenti? :disapointed:
Catch-22, habari yako?
Hata ww humjui James Wandera?
anatetea haki za nini,afu hilo ni pozi au usingizi?
Nilikuwa simjui mimi.
Salama sana....tupo tunatetea haki kwa kukalia mifuko ya simenti kidogo
Oh haya...ila kama nakufananisha na mtu fulani hivi...
ni swali zuri sana maana anaweza akawa ni mtetezi wa haki za akina kamerun....inatakiwa atwambie ni haki gani hizo anazotetea...na yuko hai?
tetezi wa mapunga?
Napita kwa mbali, sijui kanumbiwa au vipi
Ni mkuu wa WEZESHA
James Wandera ( currently living in TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF)
WEZESHA urges the Tanzanian Government to act immediately on recommendations made by the British Premier David Cameron to better protect against discrimination and amend Sections 154 to 157 of the Penal Code of Tanzania that makes homosexual acts between men an illegal offense punishable with a maximum of fourteen years' imprisonment (1993, 332), it is a violation of human rights.
The significant limitations in Tanzaniaâ€™s protection of human rights are the non-compliance with its international human rights obligations and the absence of protection against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity and inability of same-sex couples to marry.
Tanzania must be held accountable for failing to recognize marriage equality rights for all couples regardless of their sex, sexuality or gender identity.â€? The Government should act immediately on the recommendations made by David Cameron and amend the Marriage Act to ensure all people can marry because Marriage is a civil institution, governed by secular laws.
There must be specific anti-discrimination laws to protect people on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The Tanzanian Government makes commitments that will ensure the existence of anti-discrimination law to benefit all Tanzanians
We also call for further reforms to ensure the legal recognition of children living in same-sex families, because under international law, children are to be afforded legal recognition and protection, regardless of their family structure. As such, all adoption and surrogacy laws should not be permitted to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.â€?
WEZESHA strongly encourages bipartisan support for the implementation of the recommendations to ensure effective human rights protection for all sex, sexuality and gender diverse people in Tanzania.
Mtetezi wa Haki. Yupo wapi? katetea wakina nani? Anafanya kazi wapi?
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