Tag: Malta

  • Has the discussion on LGBTQI Rights in Malta already plateaued?

    Has the discussion on LGBTQI Rights in Malta already plateaued?

    In this blog I analyse the current discussions on LGBTQI issues in Malta, as experienced at the IDAHOT 2022 business breakfast organised by the Parliamentary Secretary for Equality and Reforms on May 17th 2022.

  • Take control.

    PLPN are in the pockets of developers. The Planning Authority is basically a farce. There are cranes everywhere we look. Digging & noise pollution. Dust & air pollution. It’s out of control but we can take that back with our vote on 26/3. Green Sweeps Clean. Xkupa Ħadra Tnaddaf.

  • Malta’s Shrinking Spaces

    Malta’s Shrinking Spaces

    There are different ways to shrink spaces in society, and the Labour government seems keen to deploy all of them. This has an impact on our physical, political, and social environments. We’ve observed the shrink creep into our lives over the past few years. Since it starts slowly it can be challenging to notice the patterns which connect the many examples of environmental degradation with the unravelling of civil society. Episodes that don’t seem connected are in fact a systemised web cast to centralise control of society at multiple levels. When the main aim is achieved – the control of resources in the hands of the few – favours become easily traded, destructors become saviours, misleading information becomes rampant, and corruption becomes a norm.

  • Barriers

    Barriers, barriers, barriers. Keeping us out, keeping them in.

  • Beach Cleanups

    So many people in Malta care for our environment, our beaches, our seas, and our future. Taking time out of their days to clean up our beaches, to raise awareness, to meet with members of parliament, and to demand change from politicians that will actually have a positive impact. People like CaMi and many volunteers […]

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