Ireland’s referendum on gay marriage will wait till 2015
After a slight delay, Prime Minister finally confirms that a referendum will take place. Not in 2014, but in 2015.
“Marriage Equality debates fired the imaginations of our community”
Ireland is waiting to have a referendum on opening the institution of marriage to same-sex couples. On November 1, government tells when.
Ireland’s 3 political parties speak to kaosGL.org on Marriage Equality
Senator Katherine Zappone, Senator Averil Power from Fianna Fáil and Co-chair of Irish Labour LGBT Louise Hannon evaluate the possible Marriage Equality legislation change.
Marriage Equality as a tool for trans recognition in Ireland?
Just before the Irish Government speaks on Marriage Equality for everyone in Ireland, kaosGL.org wanted to underline the meaning marriage equality holds for the recognition of trans people.
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