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What are your LGBTI equality priorities for the next Scottish Parliament election?

Have your say on the LGBTI equality priorities for the next Scottish Parliament: www.equality-network.org/sp16 The next Scottish Parliament election (May 2016) could have a significant impact on the progress of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) equality and human rights in Scotland for years to come. The Scottish Government and Parliament will decide changes to the law as well as policies, expenditure and initiatives in a wide range of areas that affect LGBTI equality, including education, health, policing, the justice system, Read more…

Have your say on the future of civil partnership in Scotland

Take the survey on the future of civil partnership in Scotland:           www.equality-network.org/cp The Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Act 2014 means that same-sex couples are now able to have a marriage or a civil partnership in Scotland. Currently, mixed-sex (legally female/male) couples can only choose marriage because the law in Scotland prevents mixed-sex couples from having a civil partnership. This also means that mixed-sex couples in a civil partnership from another country have no legal recognition for their relationship Read more…