NGOs denounce lack of transparency, pinkwashing on €2.5 million EuroPride
Seven NGOs forming part of the LGBTIQ Consultative Council
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Parliamentary Secretary Rebecca Buttigieg has been issued an enforcement
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“There were even occasions when we worked on a
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Close to 20% of MPs elected in Joseph Muscat’s
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There’s always going to be a Citizen Bogdanovic. It’s
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Labour lawyers ‘club’ at Lands Authority
All lawyers, with one exception, currently engaged by the
€6 million in direct orders from the Prime Minister’s Office in 3 years
The Office of the Prime Minister dished out close
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The excuse of hindsight, or a vision with foresight?
Joseph Muscat walked up the Auberge de Castille staircase
Helena Dalli approved as Equality Commissioner, ‘with reservations’
Helena Dalli has been approved as Equality Commissioner after
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Helena Dalli is Malta’s candidate for the European Commission,
Women on the way out
Two of our very few, experienced women politicians are
OSCE report notes press freedom issues in Malta
“Journalists are targets but it is freedom of opinion
How to institutionalise mediocrity
“I voted for you. Now you have to do
Theatre of the absurd
Patrick Dalli didn’t get the result he wanted in
Malta government only paying ‘lip service’ to its human rights obligations, UN hears
Leading international press freedom and human rights organisations raised
Rule of law and press freedom in Malta criticised by UN Human Rights Council
The Maltese government has come under significant criticism for
OSCE Media Freedom Representative welcomes judgment for press freedom
The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media has
On the journalist’s duty to scrutinise those in power… and their spouses
“Respect for truth and for the right of the
Beyond the slogans, where’s the substance?
Patriarchy isn’t merely a misogynistic system that places men
Countries you’ve never heard of beat Malta’s ‘most feminist government’ – Global Gender Gap report
Malta’s ‘most feminist government,’ as Joseph Muscat has sold
Malta for Dummies #12 – Keeping it all in the family at the Lands Authority
Like most, if not all, things in Malta, recent
Malta for Dummies #11: Gender-based violence in words and action
Equality Minister, Helena Dalli, launched the annual ‘16 days
Fake feminism from a fake government
Anna Borg, the director of the Centre for Labour
Cohabitation deeds on hold as notaries locked in talks with government
Government is locked in discussions with the Notarial Council
Progressing backwards
It is worrying that the Education Commissioner within the

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