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Jul 31 2015

Oliari v. Italy: a missed opportunity for equality in Strasbourg

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Peter Laverack is a Legal Consultant with the Human Dignity Trust and an LLM (Transnational Law) student at King’s College London. Proponents of same-sex marriage must feel like the proverbial person sitting at a bus stop. You wait for ages, then three … Continue reading

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May 7 2015

Less no more: why it’s time for marriage equality in Ireland

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Gareth Walsh is a law graduate from Trinity College Dublin, and is currently undertaking the MSc Human Rights at the LSE. His principal academic interest is in the area of socio-economic rights, and utilising the law to bring about social … Continue reading

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Apr 10 2015

An argument for democracy from an LGBT perspective

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Jonathan Cooper is the Chief Executive of the Human Dignity Trust (@HumanDignityT). This article was originally published in a different form by Pink News. With the UK’s General Election fast approaching – and Ireland’s marriage equality referendum to take place … Continue reading

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