A lower court last year ruled that the refusal of family-run Ashers to make a cake iced with the slogan ‘Support Gay Marriage’ in 2014 was discriminatory.
The project concludes on the 30th anniversary of the UN Day for the Eradication of Poverty, 17th October 2017. The final singing event will be broadcast by radios worldwide as people from all backgrounds come together to sing and unite their voices against poverty and social exclusion.
“The outcome will have consequences for the future not only of the United Kingdom, but for Europe and for the world.”
“The fact that we owe our freedom to others means that this commemoration brings us face to face with our own responsibilities. Freedom and responsibility are inseparable.”
“Pope is acknowledging unique significance of European institutions in life of our continent" - COMECE President.
Young people to provide sign of 'visible communion' in Strasbourg.