Kyle Knight

Kyle Knight is a researcher in the LGBT rights program at Human Rights Watch where he has conducted investigations in the United States, Japan, Kazakhstan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Western Europe. Prior to joining the LGBT rights program, he was a fellow at the Williams Institute of the University of California at Los Angeles and a Fulbright scholar in Nepal. As a journalist he has worked for Agence France-Presse in Nepal and for IRIN, the UN’s humanitarian news service, reporting from Burma, Papua New Guinea, Timor-Leste, Bangladesh, Malaysia, and Indonesia. He has previously worked for UNAIDS, the Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, and in the children’s rights and health and human rights divisions at Human Rights Watch. He studied cultural anthropology at Duke University.


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How Nepal’s Constitution Got Queered

When Nepal’s president signed the country’s new constitution on September 20, the country became only the 10th in the world to enshrine specific protections for LGBT people in its constitution....

How Nepal’s Constitution Got Queered
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