The president of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights reiterated her support of marriage rights for same-sex couples.
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Taiwan's Premier Lai proposes creating special law for same-sex marriage, rather than amending Civil Code after referendum defeat
Taiwan’s Judicial Yuan Secretary-General publicly announced today that the passage of anti-equality referendums cannot override the Constitutional Court’s 2017 ruling on same-sex marriage.
Five years after a referendum effectively banned gay marriage in Croatia, conservatives behind the vote will gather in a 5-star Zagreb hotel to mark the anniversary. Gay couples, however, have moved on to a new fight – for the right to foster or adopt children.
In a victory for LGBTIQ equality and same-sex couples in South Africa, the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs in Parliament has adopted the Civil Union Amendment Bill.
A proposal by Hong Kong’s only openly gay lawmaker that the government study the idea of creating legal unions for homosexual couples has been shot down by the city’s legislature after a heated debate.
A ruling by the Court of Appeal to allow same-sex marriage in Bermuda could have international implications, a lawyer involved in the case said yesterday.
THE RESULTS OF referendum voting will no doubt come as a great shock to progressive Taiwanese civil society with, quite literally, all of the referendum proposals they championed being voted down.
The measure, which would have urged the government to consider granting 'equal rights' to same-sex couples, was rejected by 27 votes to 24
Bermuda’s top court on Friday ruled a law that rescinded marriage rights for same-sex couples in the British island territory is unconstitutional.
Most submissions at public hearings were supportive of the same-sex marriage bill