ERG launches political Poll
 ‘Democratic we are, and democratic we stay! Gibraltar will not be silenced! We will not be derailed by Spain or anyone else.
Posted on 4 April 2017

Sweet & Sour Awards Poll 2017
  DEMOCRATIC WE ARE, DEMOCRATIC WE STAY! ERG launched these Awards for the first time last year, 2016. Why? Because we believe Civil Society (that’s you!) is a vital part of a Rule of Law democracy.
Posted on 4 April 2017

ERG & YGTV launch Gibraltar Caricatures Competition
‘Gibraltar is very political – but it has a sense of humour,’ Felix Alvarez, Equality Rights Group Chairman, said in opening remarks announcing a new annual competition.
Posted on 27 March 2017

‘Stay Clean’ calls for Police to be drugs tested
In a full submission to the Gibraltar Police Authority (GPA) in its annual public Consultation exercise for the next Policing Plan, ’Connected Health’ organisation ‘Stay Clean’, campaigning for regulation of drugs in Gibraltar along with Equa
Posted on 20 March 2017

Where does Government money go? Statistics 2016-2017
Click on the image below to view Government Statistics. Once there, you can zoom in for better viewing.
Posted on 18 March 2017

ERG condemns Iran on International Women’s Day
‘International Women’s Day is celebrated around the world on 8th March every year as a means to promoting and encouraging the rights of women.
Posted on 7 March 2017

We caution against ‘politicising’ drugs reform
‘Whether you’re for or against reform to our drugs laws, we’re all substantially on the same side,’ a ‘Connected Health’ communiqué from joint campaigners Equality Rights Group and ‘Stay Clean’, said today on the eve of further
Posted on 20 February 2017

We welcome Government action on ‘Sativex’
‘It’s good to see Government and Samantha Sacramento, the Minister for Drugs, responding positively and swiftly to a review on the question of drugs policy,’ a spokesperson for the ERG and ‘Stay Clean’ ‘Connected Health’ Campaign said t
Posted on 16 February 2017

ERG questions MOD ‘inexpert management’
Equality Rights Group has reacted ‘with dismay’ to information that a Moroccan national (who has been working in the MOD’s MT Garage for the past 20 years as a Panel Beater) is now being notified he ‘does not reach the required standard’ to
Posted on 16 February 2017

ERG & ‘Stay Clean’ ‘Will bring experts to Gibraltar’
‘Equality Rights Group strongly welcomes the increasing activism of individuals and Civil Society generally that we are seeing building in Gibraltar, something which forms part of our social legacy and which we have specifically worked hard to fost
Posted on 13 February 2017