Article: Recognising same-sex parents: Bringing legitimacy to the law

Article: Recognising same-sex parents: Bringing legitimacy to the law

John Tobin, in the Alternative Law Journal, argues that
children living in same-sex parented families have an entitlement under international law that their parents be recognised. The time has come to make a genuine commitment to children and their rights, irrespective of the sexual orientation of their parents. Anything less must be seen to leave the status of the law, rather than the status of such families, in a state of illegitimacy.

Stephen Page, Harrington Family Lawyers, Brisbane spage@harringtonfamilylawyers.com 61(7) 3221 9544

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