Despite their pivotal roles in Australia’s marriage equality campaign, figures such as RODNEY CROOME AM, SHELLEY ARGENT OAM, IVAN HINTON-TEOH OAM and others have been …
The Constitutional Court’s pro-marriage equality vote means that same-sex couples will now be guaranteed a constitutional right to tie the knot.
If the bill becomes law Thailand would become the first country in Asia to allow same-sex civil partnerships. While the move has been praised as a step in the right direction, some LGBTI activists believe the legislation doesn’t go far enough.
The Italian Senate is set to debate a civil union bill next week that could enable the country to legally recognise same-sex relationships for the first time.
The reestablishment of an LGBTI community and government roundtable being held tomorrow in Brisbane hopes to determine the best means by which the community can raise their concerns directly with the government.
As the LGBTI community in Queensland celebrates the restoration of civil unions, many advocates and community members are asking what’s next for LGBTI issues and law reform in the Sunshine State. We speak to a few about what they would like to see happen next year.