Political lobbying, the media and influencing public opinion
in The history of marriage equality in Ireland
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The introduction of civil partnerships in Ireland is discussed. This chapter further examines one of the major concerns for marriage equality campaigners who highlighted that civil partnerships did not offer equivalent rights to civil marriage, especially in relation to the children of such partnerships.

The history of marriage equality in Ireland

A social revolution begins

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