On November 16, a photographic exhibition entitled ‘They Defend our Freedoms - 30 years of the Sakharov Prize’ was launched at the National Parliament of Malta (co-organiser). The exhibition will be open to the public till the 25th of November.
F’laqgħa ta’ merħba għal dawk kollha li ssieħbu fil-kampanja “Did-darba se nivvota”, nies minn setturi u ta' etajiet differenti, iddiskutew x’jistgħu jagħmlu konkretament sabiex jitwassal il-messaġġ tal-importanza tal-vot u l-parteċipazzjoni tan-nies fl-elezzjonijiet Ewropej tal-2019.
Young people were invited to engage in the "This Time I'm voting" European Parliament elections next year in two separate EPLO Valletta events. The first, organised at the EPLO's premises hosted around 80 young European scouts, while the latter were co-organised with the European Studies Organisation and JEF at the University of Malta and engaged both students and non-students to reflect on ways to participate in the campaign.
The European Parliament's Directorate General for Communication (DG COMM) is publishing new calls for proposals for partnership and for grants to co-finance communication activities aimed at promoting and multiplying a better understanding of the identity, role and political nature of the European Parliament in the area of Media (TV, radio and/or online media).
Nuqqas t’Opportunitajiet jew Problema ta’ Mentalita? Din kienet il-kwistjoni prinċipali li ħarġet mid-diskussjoni pubblika li saret f’Għawdex mal-Ewroparlamentari Roberta Metsola (PPE, MT) u Alfred Sant (S&D, MT), ir-rappreżentant tal-KNŻ għal Għawdex William Vella u l-President tal-Kamra tal-Kummerċ Għawdxija Joe Grech, li fiha pparteċipaw żgħażagħ, studenti u ħaddiema Maltin u Għawdxin.
The impact of migration on Malta through the personal accounts and shared memories of those living it are the core of a book published by the human rights NGO Aditus. The launch which happened on the 8th June included addresses by MEPs Miriam DALLI and Roberta METSOLA and was supported by the European Parliament Liaison Office in Malta.
European identity, the EU’s achievements and its flaws, and the future of Europe were subject of a lively debate at the University of Malta campus whilst De La Salle won the first intra-school Europe Day quiz organised by the European Parliament Office in Malta as part of its Europe Day 2018 activities in Valletta.
L-opportunitajiet ta’ xoghol f’Ghawdex u kif l-UE tista’ tahdem iktar biex tippromwovihom kienu s-suggett ta’ dibattitu mqanqal fis-sessjoni Staqsi lill-MPE Tieghek! dalghodu fl-Iskola Sekondarja, Kullegg ta’ Ghawdex, fir-Rabat
On the 12th and 13th April, European Ambassador School students concluded another successful edition of this interactive learning programme about the European Union. EU Affairs Minister Helena Dalli and MEP Francis Zammit Dimech presented students with their award certificates.
An event on gender equality in the political and media spheres, organised by the European Parliament Liaison Office in Malta took place at the University of Malta on Friday 2nd March 2018 and featured Maltese MEPs Roberta Metsola (EPP), Miriam Dalli (S&D) Francis Zammit Dimech (EPP), Marlene Mizzi (S&D), Sylvana Denobo, Editor-in-Chief RTK Radio and Brenda Murphy, Head of the Department of Gender Studies at the University of Malta. The event was moderated by Rachel Attard, Editor-in-Chief at Standard Publications.
A Sakharov Prize Network public debate organised by the European Parliament Liaison Office in Malta with Maltese MEPs Alfred Sant (S&D), Roberta Metsola (EPP) and Francis Zammit Dimech (EPP) and Sakharov Prize Laureates Belarusian Association of Journalists (BAJ) and Reporters Without Borders (RSF) was held at Europe House on Friday 2nd February 2018.