Peter Tatchell

Peter Tatchell is a political campaigner. For more information about his human rights work and to make a donation, go to www.PeterTatchellFoundation.org

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If I were Prime Minister: I'd remind the rich that with great wealth comes great responsibility

Our series in the run-up to the General Election – 100 days, 100 contributors, but no politicians – continues with the political campaigner

80 per cent of Commonwealth countries discriminate against LGBTI people - will Salmond speak out?

Alex Salmond must speak out against the Commonwealth's homophobic countries

If he takes equality seriously, then the First Minister will publicly defend the human rights of the Commonwealth's LGBTI citizens

Commonwealth Games 2014: Speak out against homophobia, Mr Salmond

The sad reality is that homophobic states are more likely to jail LGBTI athletes than allow them to participate in Glasgow

Keep civil partnerships: marriage shouldn't be the only option for any couple seeking legal recognition and rights

Many same-sex and opposite-sex couples would prefer civil partnerships to marriage

A rights tussle: Peter Tatchell attempts to arrest Robert Mugabe in 1999, in London

How to make a citizen's arrest

The latest attempt to make a citizen's arrest on Tony Blair is saluted by campaigner Peter Tatchell, who was beaten unconscious in his attempt to apprehend President Mugabe

Codebreaker Alan Turing

The Big Questions: Do we need an inquiry into the death of Alan Turing? Should Britain boycott Sochi?

This week's big questions are answered by political campaigner Peter Tatchell

World Toilet Day: Time to kick up a stink about sanitation

Good sanitation is a human right that many people in the world don't have access to. It would save millions of lives.

Letter: Strongarm Tories

Sir: The post-mortems on the Kensington and Chelsea by-election have overlooked a particularly sinister, authoritarian aspect of the campaign: the demise of free speech and the curtailment of the right to quiz candidates on their policies.

Letter: Portillo's hypocrisy

CONTRARY TO your suggestions ("Stay out of poll, Tatchell told", 14 November), I have not been pressured by Labour officials to keep clear of Kensington and Chelsea. Nor has Stephen Twigg MP, or any other gay Labour Party member, asked me not to get involved in the by-election.

Letter: Portillo's record

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