Anna Borg is a Senior Lecturer and former Director of the Centre for Labour Studies at the University of Malta. She is an expert in Gender Equality with a specialisation in matters relating to the labour market,inclusion, diversity and social policy issues.
Her main research interest focuses on Work-life issues (Work-life balance) using theories of Gendered Organisations and theories of Hegemonic Masculinity. She also has an interest in Gender and Social Policy issues; the issue of the Gender Pay Gap (GPG); Flexible Work and Childcare, amongst others.
She is the Coordinator of the Honours Degree Course in Work and Human Resources (HR) and the Diploma in Gender, Work and Society. She lectures in various courses at Master, Undergraduate and Diploma level. She also regularly acts as a tutor and examiner to students in these courses.
She is an experienced researcher in matters relating to the labour market including issues of exploitation, exclusion and labour market integration. She currently acts as the Maltese expert on the European Social Policy Network (ESPN).
She has worked as a reporter and editor for the Dublin based European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound) including its European Working Conditions Observatory (EWCO) and the European Restructuring Monitor (ERM).
In her past work Dr Borg was responsible for managing the EU Educational and Vocational Programme, Leonardo Da Vinci in Malta and was a Project Leader for various Trans-European Social Fund (ESF) projects related to Gender Equality across Europe. She also managed the Gender Equality Unit at the Employment and Training Corporation (ETC).
Anna Borg is the founder of the Association for Equality (A4E) and in the past also chaired the Malta Confederation of Women's Organisations (MCWO) and represented the NGO at the European Women's Lobby in Brussels.