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Cross-border marriages [What Europe does for you]

Falling in love is never predictable, and when a couple decides to marry, nationality is usually the last thing on their minds. A growing proportion of EU marriages are between persons of different nationalities, however cross-border marriages do come with additional formalities and legal complexities. Continue reading

Promoting children’s health and safety [May II plenary session]

Written by Tessa Tumbrägel On Wednesday 27 May MEPs will meet for a mini-plenary session in Brussels. They will have a brief, but full agenda, beginning with a formal address by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon early in the afternoon. Parliament will then debate preparations for the 7-8 June G7 summit in Germany, which will again take … Continue reading

The fundamental rights of LGBT people

The findings of a recent survey of the Fundamental Rights Agency show that one in two LGBT people felt discriminated against or harassed in the twelve months preceding the survey. In the area of employment, as well as in other areas such as education, healthcare, housing, etc., this minority is often confronted by homophobic or … Continue reading

Property rights for Europe’s international couples

6 language versions available in PDF format Güterrechtliche Regelungen für Europas internationale Paare Derechos de propiedad para las parejas internacionales de Europa Droits patrimoniaux des couples internationaux en Europe I diritti patrimoniali delle coppie internazionali europee Ustrój majątkowy międzynarodowych par w Europie Property rights for Europe’s international couples There are approximately 16 million international couples … Continue reading

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