Tag Archive | Croatia
A Croatian court has ruled that same-sex partners can now adopt children, backing a gay couple in their five-year fight for the right to family life, the government said on Thursday. Zagreb’s Administrative Court ruled on April 21 that same-sex couples should not face discrimination in state adoption, the Rainbow Families Association (RFA), an LGBT+ group, […]
Croatia’s president on Monday condemned the burning of an effigy of two men and a child, at a festival weeks after the country’s highest court ruled that same-sex couples could foster children. Zoran Milanovic said the burning of the effigy, which depicted two men kissing, at a festival in southern Croatia on Sunday, was “inhumane […]
Two months ago, the top subject in the whole of Croatia was that it has become a gay-friendly hot spot! This news was on all internet portals in the country, national television, and newspapers, and top social media platforms were also full of this step forward in pink tourism. The author of the project, a […]
Croatia has voted to ban same-sex marriage. The question “Do you believe that marriage is between a man and a woman?” is the question that was asked on the referendum paper in the Croatian vote yesterday. Unfortunately, 65%, of those who voted, answered ‘yes’ to this question, which also meant that it was a ‘yes’ […]
Croatia’s Prime Minister, Zoran Milanovic, has stated that he will be voting against the ban on same-sex marriage in the upcoming referendum.
In Croatia, an organisation called In The Name Of The Family (U Ime Obitelji) has gathered enough signatures to force parliament to table a referendum on an equal marriage ban, for 1st December. The news that parliament had agreed to the referendum was released during an ILGA Conference in the capital, and appeared to take delegates by […]