The Case for Same-Sex Marriage Before the European Court of Human Rights

@article{Hamilton2018TheCF,
  title={The Case for Same-Sex Marriage Before the European Court of Human Rights},
  author={Frances Hamilton},
  journal={Journal of Homosexuality},
  year={2018},
  volume={65},
  pages={1582 - 1606}
}
  • F. Hamilton
  • Published 15 October 2018
  • Law
  • Journal of Homosexuality
ABSTRACT For proponents of same-sex marriage, this essay sets forward a critical analysis of relevant arguments before the European Court of Human Rights. The privacy aspect of Article 8 European Convention of Human Rights will never be a successful argument with reference to marriage, which involves a public status. The equality argument (Article 14) is useful in addressing this issue with its close connections with citizenship, symbolic value, and proven record internationally. Difficulties… 
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