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Slow progress to women’s representation...
The publication summarises the main findings of the first EIGE Report and specifically focuses on the topic of the reconciliation of work and family as a condition of equal participation in the labour...
The document was drawn up to summarise the development of early childhood education and care in Malta and propose recommendations for the promotion of high quality provision in line with the Governmen...
Government Departments and public sector organisations were instructed to assume responsibility for the implementation of gender equality policies and gender mainstreaming as key objectives in their p...
This study explores the impact on women of the economic and financial crisis of 2007/8 and 2009/10, in terms of social welfare systems across the EU....
This Annual Report gives an overview of the highlights of is activities for 2012 including initiatives that support reconciliation policies
Amendment to the Equality for Men and Women Act to consolidate the laws relating to discrimination in Malta, which apart from sex and family responsibilities would also include religion or belief, age...
The report describes the Industrial Relations Profile of Malta and its economic context and gives an analysis of the economic growth during the international crisis.
The recommendations of the EC are based on a thorough assessment of Malta's National Reform Programme under the Europe 2020 Strategy....
The main legal Gender Equality infrastructure in Malta is the Constitution of the Republic of Malta (1964) which enshrines the principles of gender equality and equal pay (Art.14, 1991).