The UK ‘Convicted for Love Campaign’, headed by Union and LGBT activist Terry Stewart in London and Felix Alvarez, Equality Rights Group Chairman in Gibraltar, have teamed up to jointly carry their demands for official pardons in respect of gay men convicted both in the UK and in Gibraltar under outdated laws which criminalised consenting gay relations between adults prior to partial decriminalisation in both territories.
The Ministry of Equality together with the Gibraltar Health Authority and Public Health Services will be joining the Gibraltar Hearing Impaired and Tinnitus Association (GHITA), a locally registered charity, in a hearing loss prevention awareness campaign.
Following some feedback, there will need to be some logistical changes and the end of the sensory adaptations will be brought forward from 9.30pm to 9pm. The fair will instead now start earlier, at 7pm as opposed to 7.30pm so that anyone wanting to benefit from the sensory adaptations still have the same amount of time available to them.
Gibraltar stands side by side with Catalunya in the wake of yesterday’s despicable attacks on Barcelona and Cambrils.