United nations and gay rights
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BERLIN — The Trump administration is launching a global campaign to end the criminalization of homosexuality in dozens of nations where it's still illegal to be gay, U. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, the highest-profile openly gay person in the Trump administration, is leading the effort, which kicks off Tuesday evening in Berlin. The U. Other U. Mission to the E.
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Here's the speech everyone is talking about today. It's being heralded as a modern day "I Have a Dream" speech. Her speech served as a solid statement following the Obama administration's announcement this morning that it is instructing federal agencies and diplomats to protect and promote LGBT rights internationally. I want to thank Director General Tokayev and Ms. Wyden along with other ministers, ambassadors, excellencies, and UN partners.
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Obama administration calls on United Nations to support gay rights
The United Nations is an international body, composed of Member States. Often these States participate to defend their own political interests, rather that to advance a shared commitment to human rights, which can make it very difficult to obtain support for controversial issues such as the rights of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people. Nonetheless, the United Nations remains the main tool we have for developing international recognition of our right to equality. The United Nations has a number of different bodies and mechanisms, developed both through its own Charter, and through international treaties which States sign on to and agree to be bound by. The main human rights mechanisms of the UN will be discussed in this presentation.
The US is one of just 13 countries to have voted against a United Nations resolution condemning the death penalty for having gay sex. Although the vote passed, America joined countries such as China , Iraq and Saudi Arabia in opposing the move. There are currently six countries where the death penalty is used for people in same-sex relationships: Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Yemen, Nigeria and Somalia.