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Family Matters No. 57 - September 2000

Marriage celebrant reform

Daryl Williams

Abstract

The Commonwealth Government is proposing reform of the Marriage Celebrant Program to ensure that the role of celebrants reflects modern marriage trends and, ultimately, the fortunes of the Australian social fabric. The author briefly describes a review of the Program, the role of marriage celebrants in strengthening families, and the reform proposals that are under consideration.

The Commonwealth Government is proposing reform of the Marriage Celebrant Program to ensure that the role of celebrants reflects modern marriage trends and, ultimately, the fortunes of the Australian social fabric. The author briefly describes a review of the Program, the role of marriage celebrants in strengthening families, and the reform proposals that are under consideration.

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