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Vuċi għall-qraba ta’ persuni LGBTIQ
Jiem qabel ma pajjiżna jinxtegħel bil-kuluri tal-qawsalla għall-ġimgħa magħrufa bħala l-Pride Week, il-Fondazzjoni tal-President għall-Ġid tas-Soċjetà nediet proġett bl-isem ta’ Rainbow
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LGBTIQ families may discuss and receive professional advice at President’s Palace
The garden of the President’s Palace at San Anton will become the venue for meetings of the Rainbow Families Network,
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Malta remains role model in EU for LGBT inclusivity
Malta has been a top-scorer in some of this year’s results in LGBT rights studies. The island – often described
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Dignity is a human right in prison, too
In a damning indictment of Malta’s prison conditions, the Constitutional Court has just awarded seven transgender inmates EUR30,000 in compensation
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Gender Incongruence removed from Mental Health Chapter through ICD 11
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has announced that, through the International Classification of Diseases 11, Gender Incongruence, previously Gender Dysphoria,
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Id-drittijiet LGBTIQ idaħħlu lil Malta f’suq turistiku ġdid
“Esperjenzi li għandna nkunu kburin bihom” – dan kien il-qofol ta’ konferenza li saret aktar kmieni dan ix-xahar f’Londra u
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Embryo Protection Act amendments pass through Parliament
Government’s proposed controversial amendments to the Embryo Protection Act passed through Parliament this evening, with 34 votes in favour, and
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Authorities will not appeal constitutional court ruling that found human rights breach of transgender prison inmates
A policy regulating how transgender people should be treated in prison was introduced in August 2016, the government say The
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Priġunieri transgender ikkumpensati fuq ksur tad-drittijiet u diskriminazzjoni fil-ħabs
Grupp ta’ priġunieri transgender, ħamsa Maltin u tnejn barranin, se jiġu kkumpensati €5,000 kull wieħed minħabba ksur tad-drittijiet tagħhom u
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Seven transgender prison inmates awarded €5,000 each in damages for ‘truly disgusting’ treatment
A Maltese judge has ruled that a group of transgender inmates were ‘knowingly and repeatedly’ placed by the prison authorities
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