LGBT Rights in Malta

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Malta is one of just a handful of countries that has enshrined LGBT rights at a constitutional level. Discrimination is outlawed, civil union legislation was passed in 2014 and gay adoption is legal.

Malta has an active LGBT community. The annual Pride parade in Valletta is widely supported an attended by leading figures from all main political parties.

In 2016, Malta became the first country in the European Union to ban conversion therapy.

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last updated: 01-12-2017

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