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The manual helps professionals with career guidance responsibilities to check and move away from biases from traditional gender roles which can limit choises and hamper aspirations.
A main legislative development that enhances gender equality in Malta that safeguards equal treatment in employment, education and vocational training, and financial services on the grounds of gender
- ResourceEducation, Employment, Justice
The manual helps teachers to check and move away from biases om traditional roles which can limit choises and hamper aspirations
Article 10 of the Equality for Men and Women Act, Chapter 456 of the Laws of Malta, contains provisions which prohibit discrimination in the media in terms of advertising in the broadcasting industry
Article 26 of the Employment and Industrial Relations Act states that it shall be unlawful for persons to publish or display or cause to be published or displayed any advertisement, or, otherwise to a
This self-regulation initiative is a self-imposed informal practice that the newsroom adopts to be as correct as possible in representation fo women and men.
This policy reiterates the responsibility of Government Departments and public sector organisations for the implementation of gender equality policies and gender mainstreaming as key objectives in per
On an ad hoc basis, the Institute of Maltese Journalists, as the sole professional body representing all those who work in the media in Malta, works to raise awareness of gender equality, especially w
Enshrines the principles of gender equality and equal pay (Art.14,1991)
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
Minister for the Family and Social Solidarity