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Leman Solicitors has collaborated with the DCU Centre of Excellence for Diversity and Inclusion on a new video series about LGBTQI+ inclusion in sport. Larry Fenelon, partner and head of litigation at Leman Solicitors, tackles the intersection of sport, law and inclusion in one of the first videos n

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The OUTLaw Network has announced a series of webinars and online social events to mark "a Pride month like no other". The network for LGBT+ lawyers will host two webinars this month, an online coffee morning and an online "electro flow yoga class".

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Ireland's gender recognition laws could be extended to children and non-binary people under proposals reportedly being discussed in government formation talks. A 15-page policy paper produced by Fine Gael recommends a number of reforms to the Gender Recognition Act 2015, including a reduction in the

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Same-sex female couples will be recognised as the co-parents of children born through donor-assisted human reproduction under a legal framework finally brought into force. Health Minister Simon Harris yesterday confirmed that Part 2 and 3 of the related regulations in the Children and Family Relatio

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The UK is not legally obliged to offer a gender-neutral passport option to people who identify as neither male nor female, the Court of Appeal in London has ruled. Dismissing the case brought by Christie Elan-Cane, who identifies as "non-gendered", the court said the need to have either an "M" or "F

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Stephen Kirwan, solicitor at KOD Lyons, explores the pitfalls and uncertainties remaining under Ireland's gender recognition laws. On July 15th 2015, the Irish Government passed the Gender Recognition Act 2015. The Act gives transgender people full legal recognition of their preferred gender and all

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A transgender woman supported by the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland has settled a sex discrimination case against retailer Debenhams for £9,000 with no admission of liability. Ava Moore, from Newry, applied for a job as a temporary sales assistant in the run-up to Christmas 2018 and

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Same-sex couples in Northern Ireland can give notice of their intent to form a civil marriage to the General Register Office for Northern Ireland from today following a change in the law last summer. The first same-sex weddings are expected to take place from 10 February 2020, following the minimum

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Arthur Cox has been shortlisted for an award recognising champions of the LGBT+ community. The law firm is competing with three other businesses in the Outstanding Company category at the GALAS 2020 Awards, organised by the National LGBT Federation (NXF).

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The requirement for parental consent in order for minors to change their legal gender can be "restrictive and problematic", according to a report prepared by Dentons. Only Adults? Good Practices In Legal Gender Recognition for Youth identifies 'good practices' in eight European jurisdictions: Norway

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The gender recognition process for 16- and 17-year-olds will be simplified under new legislation announced by the Government. Social Protection Minister Regina Doherty said she will seek to amend the Gender Recognition Act 2015 in response to the findings of a review group which reported back last s

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