Position Papers

Position paper b’reazzjoni għal White Paper dwar id-Donazzjoni tal-Organi u t-Tessut

  • Position paper b’reazzjoni għal White Paper tal-Gvern dwar dwar id-donazzjoni tal-organi u t-tessut. AGĦFAS HAWN biex tniżżel id-dokument sħiħ.    Dan id-dokument tħejja minn grupp ta’ esperti mill-qasam tal-mediċina klinika, tal-psikoloġija, tal-filosofija u tat-teoloġija, li twaqqaf ad hoc mill-Konferenza Episkopali Maltija, bil-għan li l-Knisja toffri s-sehem tagħha fid-diskussjoni pubblika dwar il-White Paper dwar id-Donazzjoni tal-Organi u t-Tessut. Dan id-dokument, approvat mill-Konferenza Episkopali Maltija, ġie ppreżentat mill-Arċisqof Charles J…
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Kummenti u punti ta’ tħassib dwar l-Att dwar l-Identità tal-Ġeneru, l-Espressjoni tal-Ġeneru u Karatteristiċi tas-Sess

    1. Any legislation which intends to implement the values enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights, the European Charter of Fundamental Rights and the Constitution of Malta is to be welcomed. The values which inspire and shape Europe, such as respect for human dignity, freedom, tolerance and equality, proportionality, human rights and democracy, justice and solidarity, and the rule of law, are to be interpreted not as a catalogue of entitlements but as a necessary precondition of a ‘culture of dignity’ in which every citizen, irrespective of nationality, status, sexual orientation, gender, age or achievement, lives in an inclusive culture of recognition between human beings…
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Kummenti u punti ta’ tħassib dwar l-Att dwar l-Identità tal-Ġeneru, l-Espressjoni tal-Ġeneru u Karatteristiċi tas-Sess

    1. Any legislation which intends to implement the values enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights, the European Charter of Fundamental Rights and the Constitution of Malta is to be welcomed. The values which inspire and shape Europe, such as respect for human dignity, freedom, tolerance and equality, proportionality, human rights and democracy, justice and solidarity, and the rule of law, are to be interpreted not as a catalogue of entitlements but as a necessary precondition of a ‘culture of dignity’ in which every citizen, irrespective of nationality, status, sexual orientation, gender, age or achievement, lives in an inclusive culture of recognition between human beings…
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