European Council, Parliament agree on measures to combat domestic, gendered violence
The European Council and Parliament have agreed on a
Domestic violence: cases filed in October scheduled to start in January 2025
Victims of domestic violence face waits of over a
Justice commissioner in hot water over fresh criminal complaint
While already facing one set of criminal charges in
Prime minister renews commissioner for justice, despite ongoing criminal court case
Prime Minister Robert Abela has approved the renewal of
It is so transparent that it can’t be seen
On 28 September, the United Nations and other international
Domestic violence still an urgent issue, government response still slow
A newly founded team specialising in domestic violence has
Byron in the dark
‘Camilleri says he was kept in the dark over
Women’s Day: ‘Political will needed’ for better protection
For any real change to better protect women, activists
Brutality beyond the law
Bernice Cassar was shot to death by her husband
They’re not working, are they?
A young girl and boy were orphaned yesterday. Their
‘Invicta’ donates another €2,000 to women’s shelter ‘Dar Merħba Bik’
The shelter for women who are victims of domestic
New domestic violence commissioner walks into complex realities
The newly-appointed Commissioner for Gender-Based and Domestic Violence, Audrey
Malta faces infringement proceedings on protection of women and children
The Maltese government is facing infringement proceedings for its
Pimping out the country
Prostitution is alive and well in Malta. I am
A toxic debate on abuse
Over the last couple of weeks, I have watched
Occupy Justice calls for Delia’s resignation
Following media reports that opposition leader Adrian Delia’s wife
€8,000 donation to women’s shelter from book on Daphne Caruana Galizia
Women’s shelter Dar Merħba Bik today received a donation
Malta for Dummies #11: Gender-based violence in words and action
Equality Minister, Helena Dalli, launched the annual ‘16 days
Malta told to increase journalists’ protection at UN human rights review
The Malta delegation led by Minister for EU Affairs
Get serious about violence against women
As if the situation was not already dire enough
Domestic violence in Malta – a sorry state of affairs
In 2017 alone, there were 1,257 reports of domestic
Who’s thinking of her?
Nathalie Williams – the woman who was found trapped
Equality Ministry declines to comment on Farrugia remarks on shamed police officer
A spokesperson for Equality Minister Helena Dalli has refused
A head-butt and Malta’s most feminist government
Home Affairs Minister Michael Farrugia yesterday defended Mario Tonna,

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