With the decision, Nuevo León becomes the thirty-first state in Mexico to recognize the right to same-sex marriage
Jóvenes revolucionarios de La Habana describen el proceso de construcción de la legislación en diálogo con el pueblo.
Revolutionary Havana youth describe the process of building legislation in direct dialogue with the people.
Cuba’s new Family Code, passed in a referendum with 67% of the vote, expands women’s, children’s, and LGBTQ people’s legal rights
The new Family Code, drafted in consultation with the general public, is considered to be the world’s most inclusive and progressive code
The Osaka District Court deemed that the ban on same-sex marriage is constitutional. Last year, a petition at the Sapporo District Court ruled the ban unconstitutional
The bill would have increased prison sentences for women seeking abortions, banned same-sex marriages, and prohibited educational institutions from teaching about sexuality and gender
Yucatán becomes the third state, after Sinaloa and Baja California in June, to decriminalize same-sex marriage this year and the twenty-second state to recognize the rights of gender diverse people in Mexico
With the historic decision, Baja California and Sinaloa joined the list of 20 states that recognize marriage between people of the same sex with the approval of a reform in the local Congress
Abortion is illegal in Honduras in all circumstances. According to the UN, between 51,000 and 82,000 abortions are performed in unsafe and clandestine conditions in the country each year