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Open letter to States of Jersey members ahead of the marriage debate

Liberate writes to States of Jersey members ahead of this week’s debate on the Marriage Law to ask for no enshrining of discrimination in the provision of goods and services in our laws

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Senior Church leaders from the Anglican and Methodist Churches call for Jersey to reject the tolerance clause

Jayne Ozanne, a member of the Church of England’s General Synod, and Reverend Graeme Halls, Superintendent of the Methodist Circuit in Jersey, have written open letters this weekend urging States of Jersey members to reject the so called ‘tolerance clause’ from marriage legislation that is due to be debated this week.

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An open letter to all Members of the States of Jersey on the subject of the Draft Marriage Law

We have sent the following open letter to all Members of the States of Jersey on the subject of the Draft Marriage and Civil Status (Amendment No. 4) (Jersey) Law to be debated on Tuesday 14 November 2017 urging them to reject calls for a ‘conscience clause’.

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Liberate’s reponse to Scrutiny’s request for evidence on draft marriage law

Delays to the marriage legislation have no basis in reality and are beginning to cost individual islanders.

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Major overhaul of Jersey marriage laws

The following press release was issued today by the States of Jersey: Same-sex couples will be able to get married in Jersey from spring 2018 onwards thanks to a major overhaul of the Island’s marriage laws. Jersey’s Deputy Chief Minister,…

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Marriage legislation update

It won’t be in by 31 December 2017, but we have a tentative and cautious date of 31 March 2018 now.

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Friendly fostering

Have you ever considered starting a family but discounted it because the road to having children seems just too hard? This week, Liberate met with the States of Jersey Fostering and Adoption Services and what we discovered might surprise you.

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