Tokyo set to begin recognising same-sex partnerships | The World

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Tokyo’s metropolitan government is pushing ahead to recognise same-sex unions, in a move that would give couples some of the same privileges as those who are married.

Dr Jackie Steel, CEO of en-joi, a diversity and inclusion consultancy, says while Japan’s national government has been dragging its feet, Tokyo is taking a stronger stance in support of equality.

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