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Uruguay: Gay Rights in Uruguay

In the blog for Ola Uruguay, Jane McDevitt writes about Gay rights in Uruguay: “The current president’s much publicised liberal political ideology is being put to the test, as pressure increases from gay rights activists and human rights groups to legalize gay marriage, in a country where church influence on political issues has increasingly waned.”

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  • Keita

    Hello,

    This message is for Jane McDevit. This is not a comment to the article.

    I am a law student at Northwestern University School of Law in America. I will be traveling with a small group to do research for a class on gay rights in Argentina and Uruguay. We would like to interview Ms. McDevit for this project regarding her work. We will be in Uruguay March 23-26. Please contact me with any questions.

    Thank you,
    Keita de Souza

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