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20 Jun, 2018
Straight couple takes their legal challenge to the Supreme Court in a bid to enter into a civil partnership rather than getting married
On 14 May 2018 the Supreme Court heard the case of Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan and widespread media coverage has followed. By way of background, Rebecca and Charles are a heterosexual couple who have been in a relationship for several years. They have been keen to formalise their relationship however, are not content with the only option available to them - marriage. In their case they have expressed their entrenched and clear opposition to marriage, which forms a backdrop to their d...
22 May, 2018
All children have a right to a relationship with both (or all) their parents. The law is no different if a parent is transgender or gender diverse, but there is sometimes confusion about this if parents separate and cannot agree who the children live with and spend time with. This is particularly important against the backdrop of case of Re M (2017) where a transgender Jewish transgender woman was initially denied any direct contact with her five children, but subsequently won a Court of Ap...
RT @ivfbabble: We all need to support this campaign led by Dr Kylie Baldwin of De Montfort University Leicester (DMU). It will have a hugel…
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Important case pending on transgender parents and birth certificates. Law should recognise children and parents’ re… https://t.co/aUg1OgTIV7
Born after your parents’ death: how technology is changing fertility rights
- New Statesman, 12 April 2018
BBC Woman’s Hour on the new surrogacy guidance
- BBC Radio 4, 28 March 2018
BBC Radio 5 Surrogacy with Dustin Lance Black
- BBC Radio 5, 27 March 2018
Would you use a surrogate to have your baby, like Kim and Kanye?
- Marie Claire, 17 January 2018