· The Constitutional Court of Hungary ruled that a newspaper had the right to criticise a collection of fairy tales containing homosexual themes, published by an LGBT association.
· The case concerned a lawsuit by the organisation, which accused the editors of violating its personal rights.
· The Peruvian Congress has passed a law recognising certain rights of unborn children.
· According to the act, the conceived child is "a subject of rights with the full status of a human person". Among other things, it has the right to "develop freely in the womb".
· Until now, the rights of unborn children were not mentioned in a separate act, but in the Peruvian Constitution and civil legislation.
- The European Parliament's Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI) has adopted an opinion on draft legislation to facilitate the recognition of parenthood in the European Union.
- The draft introduces an obligation for EU countries to mutually recognise judgments establishing parenthood.
- Adoption of the regulation would mean that Poland could be required to accept adoptions made in other countries by same-sex couples.
- At the recent SDG Summit, Hungarian President Katalin Novák highlighted the demographic crisis and reiterated the right of parents to raise their children according to their own beliefs
- The event was part of the UN summit in New York.
- The demographic crisis is one of the most serious problems today.
- The international scientific conference "Cultural Aspects of Family Policy," organized by the Ordo Iuris Institute and Collegium Intermarium, was devoted to ways to solve it.
- Participants in the event focused on how culture affects people's attitudes about their family life.
- The European Commission has published a call for comments on an initiative on integrated child protection systems.
- Consultations with private and public sector actors are due to end on October 20.
- The Ordo Iuris Institute is monitoring the Commission's work on the compatibility of the proposed regulations with the provisions of the Treaties.