South AfricaSouth Africa’s Ichikowitz Family Foundation released results from its African Youth Survey 2022, which showed an increase in African youths’ beliefs that more needs to be done to protect LGBTQ+ people.
In the latest results, 38 percent agreed that better protections are necessary. That’s up from 31 percent in 2020. The survey included 4,500 respondents across 15 countries.
Those countries with most youth agreeing to more protections were South Africa with 83 percent, Mozambique with 67 percent, and Gabon with 62 percent.
The lowest were Malawi at 9 percent, Sudan at 16 percent, and Uganda at 21 percent.GreeceThe country’s Parliament has banned so-called sex-normalizing surgeries on babies who are born intersex.