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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.

News

Family and marriage

12.11.2019

Denis Lisov sends a thank you letter to Poland. The family returns to Russia

Denis Lisov, a Russian national who fled from Sweden to Poland, returns to Russia with his children.

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Family and marriage

05.11.2019

Radical change in the definition of gender. Gender ideology may be put in the legally binding international treaty

A radical change in the interpretation of gender may take place during the UN General Assembly. The International Law Commission preparing the text of the new legally binding treaty has suggested to change the existing definition of gender.

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Family and marriage

29.10.2019

New composition of the European Commission – the next step towards the implementation of ideological postulates

The European Parliament has accepted the new composition of the European Commission. For the first time in its history, the European Commission will be chaired by a woman – German Ursula von der Leyen, known for supporting the gender ideology and the Istanbul Convention.

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Family and marriage

29.10.2019

Norwegian officials will be held liable before Polish court for the destruction of family

The case of employees of the Norway's government office for children – Barnevernet, who took away a Polish child without any legal basis, should be re-examined by the court. Such a decision was issued by the District Court in Tarnów.

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Family and marriage

16.09.2019

Norway violated the right to respect of private and family life – Ruled the Strasbourg Tribunal

The European Human Rights Court in Strasbourg (EHRC) issued a ruling stating that the Kingdom of Norway violated the right to respect of family life, which is protected by article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.  The case concerns a Norwegian woman Trude Strand Lobben and her son.  Recently the EHRC accepted applications for revi

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Family and marriage

23.08.2019

Norway gives way on the case of a mother who fled to Poland with her children

The Kingdom of Norway withdrew the European Arrest Warrant against a citizen of that country who had fled to Poland together with her daughters and son. Barnevernet, the Norwegian Child Welfare Authority, attempted to unreasonably take the children away from the woman. Earlier, the District Court in Myślibórz decided that minors could stay in Poland with their mother.

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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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