Gibraltar is getting ready to once again celebrate Pride month this June. This event is celebrated in many countries around the world and is essentially a call for greater unity, visibility and equality for the LGBTQ+ community.
The Government has said that the GSD’s attempts to “unjustly bring the Government into disrepute, regardless of the consequences for Gibraltar’s reputation”, have escalated their “smear campaign” against Civil Servants by seeking to name them individually.
World Multiple Sclerosis Day is officially marked annually on the 30th May. It is a global healthcare event celebrated every year intending to recognise the economic, social and cultural impact brought by multiple sclerosis disease and subsequently work on the acceptance, support and inclusion of patients suffering from this ailment.