3 publications that are related to Marriage, cohabitation and civil partnerships , sorted by release date
Numbers of marriages that took place in England and Wales analysed by a range of characteristics including age, sex, previous marital status and ceremony type (civil or religious).
Allweddeiriau: weddings, bride, groom, civil ceremonies, religious ceremonies
Formations and dissolutions of civil partnerships analysed by the sex, age, and previous marital status of the couples and the place of registration.
Allweddeiriau: dissolution, same sex marriage, gay marriage, gay divorce, same sex couples
2011 Census analysis: What does the 2011 Census tell us about Inter-ethnic Relationships? (Latest release)We examine couples (either married, in a civil partnership, or cohabiting) who each identify with a different ethnic group. This analysis explores some of the different factors that may affect the number of inter-ethnic relationships, including ethnic group, gender, age, type of relationship and dependent children. Exploring inter-ethnic relationships provides further insight into the patterns and trends of an increasingly ethnically diverse population. In 2011 nearly 1 in 10 people who were living as part of a couple were in an inter-ethnic relationship, an increase from 2001.
Allweddeiriau: ethnic group, mixed identities, multiple identities, mixed ethnic households