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Enda Kenny has declined to publicly support gay marriage, despite the Tánaiste's statement at the weekend that gay marriage was "the civil rights issue of our time".
Experts from the country’s leading children’s and youth organisations will gather to highlight the vital importance for young people of a ‘yes’ vote in the upcoming marriage equality referendum on Monday, 27th April, at 9am in Wood Quay Venue (Dublin City Council Civic Offices), Wood Quay, Dublin 8.
Grandparents, parents and families were among those attending the launch of the bus tour in Dublin this morning.
Sinn Féin councillor and chair of its LGBT group Chris Curran has called those who left a suspicious package at the Gay Lesbian Equality Network dangerous fools that have wasted Garda and Defence Forces time.
More than three quarters of voters say they support the introduction of same-sex marriage into the Irish constitution, a new RED C opinion poll has found.
The chairman of the Catholic bishops’ Council for Marriage and the Family, Bishop Christopher Jones, has said he would welcome the opportunity to make an oral submission on same-sex marriage to the Convention on the Constitution.
Same-sex marriage has the backing of three out of four Irish people, a survey has revealed.
Ireland AM's Alan Hughes will sign the papers with his long-term love Karl Broderick this Friday in one of the most high-profile events since civil partnerships were legalised in Ireland.
Rights group makes prediction in new year message as Irish Republic gears up for spring referendum on legalising gay marriage
The Civil Partnership Act, which came into law at the start of the year, contains glaring omissions governing the rights of children and the protection of the family home, according to a report published this afternoon.
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