A.B. and K.V. v Romania
Recognition of same-sex marriages in the context of freedom of movement in the EU through the prism of implementation of CJEU’s Coman judgment Submitted jointly […]
How Baby Sara and her mums have pushed forward the rights of all rainbow families across the EU
When an EU country recognises a child and its same-sex parents as a family, all EU countries should recognise them as such, so to guarantee their freedom of movement. This is what the EU’s top court ruled in December. But how this case has advanced LGBTI rights in the European Union and what comes next for rainbow families?
Coman and Others v Romania
Recognition of same-sex marriages in the context of freedom of movement in the EU through the prism of implementation of CJEU’s Coman judgment.
Rainbow Family Rights in Europe – Part 4: At a Crossroads in Ukraine
Several pathways for partnership rights were part of the Ukraine took in EU-Ukraine Association agreement 2014-2016. Based on it the Ukrainian government developed a human […]
Nikolay Alekseyev and Movement for Marriage Equality against Russia
Freedom of association
ILGA-Europe’s key demands for the recognition of diverse families
Position on partnership and parenting, adopted in October 2006, revised in 2014. ILGA-Europe strives for equality in law, public policies and practices relating to any […]
Oliari and Others and Orlandi and Others v Italy
Same-sex marriage/ Civil union