Section 377A: What Does It Really Constitute?

Section 377A (2)

The Court of Appeal has ruled that Section 377A is constitutional.
What does this mean for the state of our civil liberties?
Can we retain 377A, along with principles of equality and justice?
Should gender and sexual orientation be included in our right to protection against discrimination?
Come hear lawyers and academics speak on this matter.

Date: 1st February 2015
Time: 2:30pm – 5:30pm
Venue (please note change of venue):
21 Tan Quee Lan Street
#02-08
Heritage Place
Singapore 188108 [map]

Register for this event at this link.

Postscript:

  • Dr Jack Lee’s presentation can be found here.
  • MARUAH’s statement on the issue can be found here.

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