GGR questions Govt on Refugees
Equality Rights Group GGR has written to the Chief Minister asking for clarification on provisions with regard to refugees and asylum seekers.
Posted on 7 November 2006

Our concern for the blind
Equality Rights Group GGR has today expressed concern regarding basic support for blind and visually-impaired people in Gibraltar, who, it says ‘comprises according to our understanding of 49 officially registered and 5 enrolled persons making a to
Posted on 1 November 2006

We reiterate our call for the Courts to decide Ratali issue
Equality Rights Group GGR has today responded to a Government press release yesterday in which it is alleged that the basis for the demonstration regarding the treatment of the President of the MCA is “false” by clarifying its own position.
Posted on 13 September 2006

Gibraltar politicians will just have to lump it!
Following the recent ruling by the European Court of Justice regarding Spain’s failed claim regarding the enfranchisement of qualifying commonwealth citizens in Gibraltar for voting rights in European parliamentary elections, Equality Rights Group
Posted on 12 September 2006

Let Ratali appeal before the Courts
Equality Rights Group GGR has today welcomed Government’s speedy clarification of its reasons for the situation which has developed lately regarding the MCA President.
Posted on 6 September 2006

We urge Government openness
In an urgent letter to the Chief Minister today (copied to the Deputy Chief Minister), Equality Rights Group GGR has urged Peter Caruana to openly address the issues surrounding the employment and immigration status of the President of the Moroccan C
Posted on 3 September 2006

Government is doing itself no favour!
Equality Rights Group GGR has today questioned Government handling of the various procedural issues related to the employment and immigration status of the President of the Moroccan Community Association.
Posted on 30 August 2006

New Constitution is a bad move for Gibraltar!
Equality Rights Group GGR has today commented on recent remarks by Chief Justice Derek Schofield in which he expressed the Judiciary’s disappointment that the proposed new Constitution should not have fully incorporated the European Convention of H
Posted on 6 August 2006

We welcome retirement of TG District Officer
Equality Rights group GGR has today welcomed the announcement of arrangements for Luis Montiel’s departure from the post of TGWU District Officer as of next month, saying that “it is good to see that Union Headquarters has arranged for the happy re
Posted on 20 June 2006

Nothing positive about new political party!
Equality Rights group GGR has commented on the launch of ex Government-Minister Keith Azzopardi’s recently launched new political party by saying that “It is in our view fair comment to say that to believe that a politician who has occupied the h
Posted on 9 June 2006