Desmond Tutu is not dead!
   Equality Rights Group (ERG) has reacted to the recent passing of South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu. “His life is an example to us in Gibraltar and around the world.
Posted on 27 December 2021

ERG Xmas message congratulates RGP
“Equality Rights Group (ERG) wishes a very happy Christmas and New Year to the Gibraltar community,“ Chairman Felix Alvarez has remarked in a Christmas statement from the Group.
Posted on 14 December 2021

AOP says ‘this is a time to stand by Govt and People’
  ‘There are many issues of concern that need resolution for civil society,’ Action on Poverty (AOP) has said today in a statement to the press.
Posted on 31 October 2021

ERG in talks with the Governor
In a brief press statement, Equality Rights Group (ERG) has made public that it has recently met and held talks with H.E. The Governor, Sir David Steel.
Posted on 30 September 2021

‘Action on Poverty’ says Govt policy is ‘in bipolar shambles’
‘Government’s consideration for full-time family carers, the out-of-work, the disabled, pensioners and other vulnerable sectors in our community is derisory.
Posted on 28 September 2021

ERG signs Disability Federation MOU: ‘disability is a majority issue – just look at our own families”
‘It’s been a real pleasure to see how not only disability groups but other NGOs within our community are responding positively to the Gibraltar Disability Rights Federation (GDRF),’ Atrish Sanchez, Federation Chair explained today in a stat
Posted on 31 August 2021

ERG asks ‘Does Gibraltar still have a sexual health clinic?’
  ‘Does Gibraltar still have a Sexual Health Clinic?’ Equality Rights Group (ERG) has asked today in a communiqué to the media.
Posted on 8 August 2021

ERG warns of increasingly worrying trend
‘Equality Rights Group (ERG) congratulates the Parliamentary Opposition for walking out as a block on what in our view can only be characterised as anti-democratic behaviour by Government,’ the Group has stated in a press statement today.
Posted on 30 July 2021

AOP are guests on the lunchtime Ros Astengo Live show: watch!
  ACTION ON POVERTY are guests on the lunchtime Ros Astengo Live programme on GBC. Ros questions spokespeople Lyana Armstrong-Emery and Felix Alvarez about AOP and its concerns for poverty and social exclusion on the Rock.
Posted on 26 July 2021

‘6500 people at risk of Poverty and social exclusion in Gibraltar,’ says Action on Poverty (AOP)
‘Action on Poverty (AOP) is seriously concerned at the underlying and growing percentage at risk of poverty and social exclusion (known as ‘AROPE’) which is increasing in sectors of our population in Gibraltar,’ a statement from the organ
Posted on 26 July 2021