Submission to the review of provisions relating to family in the Constitution
Submission to the All Party Oireachtas Committee on the Constitution
The changing nature of family life in Ireland
Modern family life in Ireland is remarkably different now compared with the period in which our Constitution was first developed. With declining marriage and birth rates, higher rates of extra marital cohabitation and birth and a growing diversification of the structure of families, the typical Irish family is no longer typical.
Paper One: On Constitution which affords equal rights to all families
Paper Two: Recognising the realities of family diversity