Angus Leung says he was encouraged by recent landmark Court of Final Appeal ruling in favour of dependant visa for lesbian expatriate
Chief Justice Anthony Smellie will be hearing what is likely to be a landmark case in the Cayman Islands
Cuba could become the 26th country in the world to officially recognize this right and the first country of a Communist and Socialist persuasion to take such a decision, which is even more striking as it comes as part of an entire constitutional reform.
The civil partnership bill for same-sex couples is in the final stages of drafting, which will be completed by September, according to the Justice Ministry.
National assembly signs off on document defining marriage as ‘consensual union of two people, regardless of gender’
Romania must give residency rights to the same-sex spouses of European Union citizens
Judgment applied strictly to immigration, Chief Executive Carrie Lam adds, as she challenges openly gay lawmaker to prove city is ready for more change
A Sofia court has backed the right of a same-sex couple to live in Bulgaria, activists announced Wednesday, in the first such case for the EU nation that does not recognize gay marriage.
Dept vows boost for human rights, family law
The idea of a gay marriage progresses in Bern
On the one hand, it’s tempting to interpret this action as a step towards equality. Partnership recognition is largely symbolic, but even incremental progress can lead to real change.
Government confirmed this morning [July 5] that they have filed an appeal in the same sex marriage legal case, adding that they “look forward to having this matter heard by the Court of Appeal.”