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The United Nations has declared October 11th as “International Day of the Girl” NCW Malta welcomes this decision as this day will promote girls rights, highlight gender inequalities and address the various forms of discrimination and abuse suffered by girls around the globe.

NCW has always advocated for legislation of alternative IVF treatment not least because of the sensitivity and the consequences for both parents and society if it had to remain unregulated.

The recent increase of female participation in the labour market, including of those of child bearing age, may not demonstrate that there is gender discrimination dsince the employer is to contributing to the maternity leave compensation, but in actual fact discrimination still exists .

Three years ago the Embryo Protection Act was enacted.

In September 2010, the Commission once again addressed the issue with the adoption of its new Stategy for Equality between women and men (2010-2015).

The National Council of Women welcomes the document EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION & CARE IN MALTA and agrees with it as THE WAY FORWARD.

L-ghan tal-Konferenza Stampa kien li n-nisa kandidati ghall-Elezzjonijiet Generali ta’ Marzu 2013 jinghataw l-opportunita’ jaqsmu l-idejat, l-aspirazzjonijiet u l-interess taghhom fil-politika mal-pubbliku u kif premezz tal-kontribuzzjoni taghhom, id-decizjonijiet li jittiehdu fil-Parlament Malti jirriflettu perspettiva aktar wiesa The Budget presented by the Minister yesterday reflected the present situation where more social responsibility on the part of the government required an input.

The National Council of Women has in the past months attended several pre- budget meetings in order to present to the government the needs of the woman and that of society in general The National Council of Women deplores the mixed messages that are being made public on the media on the proposed legislation on the Protection of Embryos, in particular now that it is in its final stages before Parliament.

” Over the last years, pensions reform discussions have been high on the National Agenda, but little has been done, creating ripples only to subside once more, notwithstanding the number of reports published by constituted bodies and organisations, giving their recommendations.

The National Council of Women (NCW) welcomes the announcement by Education Minister Evarist Bartolo, that free childcare shall start being offered as of April this year.

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