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Malta scores well in LGBTQI report

The report focused on anti-discrimination law applicable to education

The Ministry for European Affairs and Equality has welcomed the ‘LGBTQI Inclusive Education Report’ conducted by the International LGBTQI Youth and Students Organisation, which has ranked Malta first among Council of Europe countries when it comes to providing inclusive education.

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LGBTI report: Malta climbs to third place in ILGA-Europe’s 2015 rainbow map

Malta this year advanced to third place from its 2014 11th placing  with an overall score of 77% (57% in 2014) when it comes to LGBTIlegislative and constitutional issues tied to LGBTI.

These results were published in ILGA-Europe’s rainbow map which looks at the progress, or the lack of it, which has been made on LGBTI issues.

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Historic leap in equality as Malta rises to third place in ILGA ranking

Malta Gay Rights Movement coordinator, Gabi Calleja: “That Malta is now at the forefront of the struggle for LGBTIQ equality is something that encourages us to continue in our advocacy efforts”

Malta has shot up to a historic third ranking in the International Lesbian-Gay Association’s ‘Rainbow Europe’ league, for having advanced in LGBTI rights – namely with the introduction of civil unions and gender identity laws that made worldwide headlines.

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