Id-dibattitu fil-Parlament Ewropew f’mument fejn hemm proċess fil-qrati dwar l-assassinju ta’ Daphne Caruana Galizia, jpoġġi
The various episodes of online hate speech levelled at a number of women in the
International Women’s Day, marked annually on 8 March, is a day of reckoning, or at
L-isfidi ġodda li ġabet magħha l-pandemija fl-aħħar sena żgur li xprunawna biex infittxu soluzzjonijiet għalihom
Josianne Cutajar is a lawyer and politician, currently serving as one of Malta’s representatives in the European Parliament.
Cutajar was born and raised in Gozo by a working class family, who passed on to her the values of solidarity, equality for all, and a strong sense of social justice.
Cutajar attended the University of Malta, where she obtained a Doctor of Laws degree in 2013, and a Master of Laws in European and Comparative Law in 2017.
As a member of the European Parliament, Cutajar is committed to keep serving the needs of the Maltese and Gozitan people, by ensuring that EU law and policy are framed within the context of social, economic, and environmental justice.
Member of the LGBTI Intergroup
Member of the Children’s Rights Intergroup
Member of the Disability Intergroup
Member of SEARICA (Islands, coastal areas and remote areas) Intergroup
Member of the SMEs Intergroup
Member of the Hunting and Biodiversity Intergroup
Member of EUFORES
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