Non-Discrimination in Civil Marriage: views from Overseas Human Rights Law and Practice

Non-Discrimination in Civil Marriage: views from Overseas Human Rights Law and Practice

A Person Rights Watch Briefing Paper

Lots of people ignore that their federal federal federal government will acknowledge their relationships of love and care. Yet some relationships are arbitrarily denied that recognition. The outcomes could be damaging. somebody may be rejected the liberties to

make medical choices on a partner’s behalf whenever she actually is ill, and even go to the partner or the partner’s child in medical center;

just just take bereavement or ill leave to care or mourn for the partner, or perhaps a partner’s child;

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