New blog targets French-speaking nations’ anti-LGBTI laws

A French version of 76Crimes blog is launched…

76 CRIMES

French-speaking African countries. Countries in dark grey are members of the International Francophone Organization (Map courtesy of Wikipedia) French-speaking African countries. Countries in dark grey have only a small minority of French speakers, but are are members of the International Francophone Organization (Map courtesy of Wikipedia)

This week marks the first official week of publication of the French-language affiliate of the “Erasing 76 Crimes” this blog.

“76 Crimes en français,” which has been published in beta version for months, provides coverage in French of an under-served part of the world — the 13 francophone countries, including 12 in Africa, where LGBTI relations are against the law. It also publishes French-language versions of this blog’s coverage of other countries about the 76-plus with anti-gay laws.

If you can read French, please visit 76 Crimes en français.  If you like it, sign up to receive emails when new articles are published, follow it on an RSS reader and/or follow it on Facebook or Twitter.  French-speaking volunteers are needed…

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