Yesterday, the European Parliament adopted a non-binding resolution on protection and non-discrimination with regard to minorities in the EU Member States. The resolution contains strong wording on the free movement of LGBTQ families.
Despite Germany allowing same-sex couples to wed from October last year, hurdles for gay and lesbian partners regarding parental rights and the civil registry have recently emerged.
Will married couple Adrian Coman and Clai Hamilton be recognised as a family and have the right to move to Romania together? That is the potentially life-changing situation being considered by the Court of the Justice of the European Union (CJEU) today.
For the first time in Italy, two gay partners have been legally recognised as fathers of two surrogate children.
Today, the European Parliament adopted a report (533 +, 41 -) demanding the automatic recognition of domestic adoption orders across EU Member States. The report stipulates that the recognition should happen without discrimination, including on the basis of the parents’ sexual orientation.
The Romanian Constitutional Court has approved a citizen’s initiative that aims to amend the constitutional definition of family to essentially shut same-sex couples out of any future recognition of their relationships.
Last week, the Parliament spoke out in favour of equal parental leave rights for same-sex couples with children.
In a resolution addressing cross-border conflicts around adoption adopted yesterday, the Parliament has spoken out in favour of mutual recognition of domestic adoption decisions between General view of MEPs in Plenary ChamberMember States.
Papal document released after two-year debate over issues including LGBT inclusion.
An Italian appeals court has upheld the right of a lesbian woman to adopt her partner's biological child, a gay rights group said on Wednesday, in a landmark case for the Catholic country as it considers granting rights to same-sex couples.
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