ERG pays tribute to ‘decisive voices’ and welcomes new committee
In a joint communique between Equality Rights Group (ERG) Chair, Felix Alvarez, and Charles Trico, Secretary, the group welcomed ‘new LGBT voices’.
Posted on 13 July 2021

The price of equality? A cautionary note.
Opinion article by Felix Alvarez published by the Gibraltar Chronicle on Monday, 12 July 2021. You went to a gay-friendly place for a drink. There were rainbow flags, there was a fun ambience. You danced. You felt free.
Posted on 11 July 2021

ERG presents official diversity flag to Chief Minister
‘There are many generic ‘rainbow’ flags; and then there’s our very own official Gibraltar-specific LGBT+ Diversity Flag. And it has an interesting history,’ a Spokesperson for the group explained.
Posted on 27 June 2021

ERG celebrates 21 year legacy with artwork presentation
‘Equality Rights Group is grateful to the Mayor of Gibraltar and his team for marking the 28th June at City Hall this year.
Posted on 27 June 2021

‘Action on Poverty’ calls for fair approach to Community Care crisis
In a public statement, the NGO Action on Poverty (AOP), which was launched in March 2019 to call for major reform of the Social Security system, has revealed that it has ‘been concerned for some time by the developments and tone that have emerg
Posted on 20 June 2021

ERG proud of first official same-sex surrogate parents
  ‘It’s apt.
Posted on 16 June 2021

ERG applauds Pride Month 2021 initiatives
  ‘Equality Rights Group (ERG) congratulates Equality Minister Samantha Sacramento on her various initiatives for marking Pride Month this June.
Posted on 6 June 2021

Royal Gibraltar Police investigation on homophobia concerns
As many of you will have been aware, there was a very high level of concern yesterday regarding anti-LGBT comments being posted on local Social Media sites following the announcement of Pride Month 2021 three days ago.
Posted on 4 June 2021

ERG raises concerns over the marking of ‘Pride’ 2021
ERG has been inundated with complaints regarding the management of the marking of PRIDE this year, particularly due to its accompaniment by unacceptable homophobic commentary on local social media, and the perceived resulting early curtailment of
Posted on 3 June 2021

You will all be aware what dreadful pain and tragedy so many people in India are currently living (and, tragically, dying) through. We’re a kind and generous community in so many ways. We can all do something, however small, to help.
Posted on 19 May 2021