Adéla and Hana are proud and happy mothers. But the law in the Czech Republic says their family doesn't exist: legally, Hana is no more than a "stranger" to their little daughter.
All they want is to be treated equally, and they're closer than ever to achieving it: in a few weeks, the Czech Parliament will start debating if same-sex couples should have the right to get married.
It will be a close vote. About half of the Members of Parliament are against it. We need your help to tip the balance and get those who are undecided to vote for equality.
Will you sign the petition and ask Czech politicians to say 'yes' to marriage equality?
This campaign is being run in conjunction with Jsme fér.
Published: 3 September 2018