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Slow progress to women’s representation...
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).
This MCESD newsletter mentions briefly the family-friendly measures granted to employees in the public service and other flexible arrangements.
The document identified measures aimed to have a positive direct impact on the reconciliation of work private and family life with particular reference to promoting flexible working arrangements, prov...
The document was drawn up to establish standards to parents and service providers to promote the holistic development and well being of children and their families.
Government Departments and public sector organisations were reminded of their responsibility for the implementation of gender equality policies and gender mainstreaming as key objectives in performanc...
The Labour Party Manifesto prior to Elections 2013 had pledged a number of initiatives that would support families to reconcile their family and work responsibilities including free childcare for work...
Main legislation that regulates the minimum standards of the conditions of employment of employees working in the private sector and the private sector that includes working in parastatal bodies and p...
Constitutional amendments to Chapter 319 (European Convention Act 1987) prohibiting discrimination on the grounds of sex....