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A Seat at the Table by Simon Bartolo

The Coming of Age of the LGBTIQ Movement in Malta

Over the past year MGRM has been working on a publication aimed at documenting the history of the LGBTIQ Movement. This is part of a project entitled A Seat at the Table: The Coming of Age of the LGBTIQ Movement in Malta co-funded through VOPS 2017. Simon Bartolo was commissioned to research and author the publication.

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TRANSformazzjoni

The project involves the production of a documentary with the aim of providing an insight into Trans* peoples’ everyday lives in Malta so that the viewer is presented with the human aspect of Trans* people. It will also serve as an educational tool featuring the recent laws and policies directed to enhancing the lives of Trans* people in Malta.

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Social Work Service

This service aims to provide support and information to individuals and families who seek the support of the service for different reasons. This service aims to offer a constant and consistent social work support service with the aim to out-reach to service users who identify at LGBTIQ, their families and friends. For an appointment email us at support@maltagayrights.org or call +356 7943006. 

Consultancy Service

The Rainbow Support Service includes a consultation service with other professionals working with LGBTIQ service users from other agencies and service in Malta and Gozo.

Some information giving sessions may be addressed to other professionals who request the exchange of knowledge on LGBTIQ issues with the aim to facilitate and empower other professionals in their work with this client group. For an appointment email us at support@maltagayrights.org or call +356 7943006. 

The Rainbow Support Service

In 2013, MGRM set up the first support service for LGBTIQ individuals, their family and friends. The service is committed to enhance the quality of life of LGBTIQ individuals, their family and friends through the provision of information, consultation and psycho-social welfare services.

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US Supreme Court backs baker who refused to bake a cake for gay couple

Court says state panel violated baker’s religious rights

The US. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory on narrow grounds to a Colorado Christian baker who refused for religious reasons to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, stopping short of setting a major precedent allowing people to claim exemptions from anti-discrimination laws based on religious beliefs.

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