The ARC is pleased to announce the nominees for this year’s National LGBTI Community Awards. The award ceremony will be held at the Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa in Attard on the 7th November.
Ahead of the second annual National LGBTI Community Awards, Allied Rainbow Communities (ARC) has revealed the following nominees for 2015. Each nominee is being rewarded for being a positive role model within the LGBTI community in Malta over the past 12 months, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
There are 2 nominees for each of the six awards:
Entertainer – Ira Losco and Ray Calleja
Community Event – 2015 Pride March and Bordello
Business – AXM Malta and the Government’s Principal Permanent Secretary Mario Cutajar
Media – Peppi Azzopardi and Alison Bezzina
Politician – Helena Dalli and Dr Arnold Casola
NGO – Gender Liberation and MGRM
The results will be announced at a lavish award dinner on the 7th November at the Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa in Attard. The evening will start with a reception and photo call, followed by a stunning six-course menu and wine pairing that has been designed especially by the hotel’s executive chef Stefan Hogan. The evening will culminate in an open-bar after party at the Caprice Lounge.
Image: The winners of last year’s ARC LGBTI Awards including Prime Minister Joseph Muscat
“Last year’s event was a glittering affair for the inaugural National LGBTI Community Awards, and we have spent the last year working with other local NGOs to raise awareness of LGBTI issues that need to be addressed in our community,” says ARC’s president Dr Norman Shaw.
“Now, we look forward to celebrating all of the people who have made a tangible difference to the community in the past 12 months, and who will continue to do so in the years to come.”
A number of tables for the National LGBTI Community Awards are still available. To reserve yours please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 7939 4887.