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Family and Marriage

We defend the natural identity of marriage as a reality linking a woman and a man in a permanent, exclusive relationship of a deep psychological, sexual and economic relationship, naturally oriented towards having children. We act as spokesmen affirmed in the national constitutional order and acts of international law, the truth about the family, as a natural environment for the development and well-being of all its members, in particular children, the source of diversity of free society. We emphasize that the most complete guarantee of children's good is education by biological parents who are married.

The full development of this natural growth environment requires good law, respecting the constitutional principles of subsidiarity, protection of the family and its life, determining the limits of state interference in family life. A law that recognizes the primacy of parents over you in the matter of bringing up children in accordance with your conscience and convictions. That is why we examine family policy instruments and act actively in defending the family, motherhood and parenthood where they are threatened by discriminatory practices of the legislator.

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Family and marriage

18.02.2020

Norway once again violates parental rights, including those of a Polish woman – ruling of the European Court of Human Rights

The European Court of Human Rights found the Norwegian child protection services to have violated parental rights in another in a series of rulings on the subject issued in the past several months. The right to respect for family life was once again infringed upon by the Barnevernet. One of the cases involved a Polish woman whose son was taken away. The Pole was allowed only two visits per year, before being completely prohibited from seeing him despite positive opinions by doctors, psychologists, and kindergarten authorities.

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Family and marriage

28.01.2020

Barnevernet human rights violations mechanism - Ordo Iuris report presented in Oslo

Norway posts many cases of human rights violations, including the right to the protection of family life, by Barnevernet, a controversial agency for children.

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Family and marriage

24.01.2020

Report "Children's Rights Pitted Against Children? The Legal Framework and Practice of Barnevernet Functioning in the Perspective of International Legal Standards "

There are numerous violations of children's rights in Norway. The Ordo Iuris Institute has prepared a report on the unjustified interference of the Child Affairs Authority (Barnevernet) in family life. The publication was presented in Oslo.

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Family and marriage

02.01.2020

Magdalena Olek: Ideological document attacking Poland – Ordo Iuris comment on European Parliament resolution

European Parliament has adopted a scandalous resolution “on public discrimination and hate speech against LGBTI people, including LGBTI free zones.” Adoption of the document had been preceded by a resounding debate on alleged discr

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Family and marriage

19.12.2019

Another human rights violation by Norway – ruling of the European Court of Human Rights

The European Court of Human Rights has issued another in a series of rulings against Norway, this time in the case of a violation of the right to family life by the Barnevernet – Norway’s child protective services.

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Family and marriage

19.12.2019

Promotion of LGBT agenda during a debate on the situation of children around the world – EP resolution

The European Parliament adopted an ideological resolution on the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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Legal Analysis

Family and marriage

8th term of the European Parliament: Summary

The elections in the European Union are an opportunity to summarise the most important activities of the 8th European Parliament, as well as the activity of Polish MEPs in matters relating to the protection of life from conception, the identity of marriage, or the right of parents to raise children in accordance with their own beliefs.

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Family and marriage

Analysis of the resolution of the European Parliament on the role of the German Children and Youth Office (Jugendamt) in cross-border family disputes

On 29 November 2018, the European Parliament adopted a resolution on the role of the German Children and Youth Offi

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Family and marriage

Demographic Policy of the EU and the Population Challenges faced by Member States

The purpose of this document is to present the main principles applied by the EU in its demographic policy and to confront them with actual expectations of European women and families. The first two parts of this paper describe the actions undertaken by the EU in order to fight the demographic crisis, and its gender equality policy. Consecutive parts will confront these main considerations with statistical data showing women’s aspirations as regards maternity and gainful employment as well as with scientific research on the consequences of nursery and preschool enrolment on children’s development.   
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