NEWDownload our latest Campaign Update
Our Campaign Update newsletter will bring you up-to-date on the work so far. You can download the latest issue (September 2014) here.
Download our ‘Conscience clause now’ leaflet
You can download a copy of the leaflet here.
Download our briefing for the Lords’ Second Reading debate
The ‘Second Reading’ debate in the House of Lords on the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill, 3 and 4 June 2013. Our briefing gives clear reasons to support keeping marriage as the union of one man and one woman. You can download a copy of the briefing here.
Download the Petition
You can ask your friends, neighbours and work colleagues to sign a paper version of the petition and then send it to our office address given on the form. Download a printable PDF of the Petition here.
Download our briefing for the ‘Second Reading’ vote
The ‘Second Reading’ vote on the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill was held on 5 February. Our briefing gives clear reasons to support keeping marriage as the union of one man and one woman. You can download a copy of the briefing here.
DOWNLOAD ‘GAY MARRIAGE IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS’
This booklet outlines the impact of redefining mariage on education. You can download a copy here.
Download 10 reasons why the government is wrong to redefine marriage
Download a summary of a legal opinion on the civil liberty implications
You can download a copy of the summary here.
Download C4M’s consultation response
Our response to the Government’s consultation on redefining marriage. To read our response, click here.
Download a consultation briefing
The Home Office consultation on redefining marriage closed on 14 June 2012. However, our briefing contains information and arguments about the issue which you may find useful. To read the briefing, click here.
DOWNLOAD A PAPER ON THE IMPLICATIONS FOR LOCAL COUNCILS
This paper looks at the issue of redefining marriage as it relates to local councils. Download a copy here.
Support marriage in Scotland
A separate organisation is campaigning against the Scottish Government’s plans to redefine marriage. Residents of Scotland can also sign the Scottish Marriage Petition at the Scotland For Marriage website here.