Equality for All in Malta

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‘Equality for All in Malta’ is a Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC)-funded project aiming to tackle the issue of underreporting of cases of discrimination based on race and / or ethnic origin and religion or belief.

This 2-year long project will target racial, ethnic and religious minority organisations and communities as well as the general public in the following ways: ​​

1.​ Development and delivery of training sessions 

Training will be provided to 120 members of racial, ethnic and religious minorities (who may include victims of discrimination based on race and/or ethnic origin and religion or belief) to empower them to effectively enjoy their rights and the new remedies laid down in the law. These 120 representatives will subsequently train around 20 members each in their own organisations (a total of around 2,400 persons). These training sessions will be held in April 2021, September 2021 and January 2022.

 ​2. Raising awareness 

Awareness will be raised on EU Directives and new national legislation on discrimination based on race and/or ethnic origin and religion or belief,  intercultural understanding and equal opportunities, targeting the general public.

 3. Outreach

An outreach model will be developed to target the grassroots through local councils, to bring them on board in the fight against discrimination. Outreach to 68 local councils will help to develop further non-discrimination tools for action at the local level already utilised in a migrant integration setting.

​This project leader is the Maltese Ministry for Equality, Innovation and Research, in partnership with aditus foundation, the European Network against Racism (ENAR) and the European Network on Religion and Belief (ENORB). 


For more information, kindly contact us on
equality4allmt.hrd@gov.mt.


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