WHAT CAN ASIA’S QUEER COMMUNITIES LEARN FROM TAIWAN’S FIGHT FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY?
Our Grand Justices made the Interpretation in 2017, we held a referendum in 2018 and, finally, the Legislative Yuan passed the law in May.
Taiwan’s same-sex marriage law, titled Enforcement Act of Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 748, was passed by the Legislative Yuan on May 17 and was enacted today.
Gay couples in Taiwan plan a mass wedding registration after lawmakers voted to legalize same-sex marriage, a first in Asia and a boost for LGBT rights activists who had championed the cause for two decades.
Newly appointed chairman of the Equal Opportunities Commission says jurisdictions are different and a measured approach is preferred locally
Island’s legislature backs bill to grant homosexual couples the same civil rights as heterosexual couples
THE SAME-SEX marriage bill cleared its third reading in the legislature today, with most articles from the Executive Yuan’s version of the bill being incorporated into the final bill.
In line with the Constitutional ruling in 2017, household registration offices in Taipei began taking telephone and on-site appointments for same-sex marriage registration, even though the central government has not yet completed the relevant legal amendments
The clock is ticking on the deadline set by the Constitutional Court of Taiwan to amend the law to allow same-sex couples to marry.
Legislature on Friday voted to send a draft bill that would limit the use of the words "marriage" and "spouse" to heterosexual couples to a second reading, where the bill will be reviewed together with another one that would legalize same-sex marriage.
A coalition of LGBT rights groups yesterday urged Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Legislator Lai Shyh-bao (賴士葆) to withdraw his draft bill on same-sex families, which they said could undermine the legalization of same-sex marriage.