Common understandings of the environment think of it as something ‘out there’ that is separate from us. A different understanding of the environment, however, may be key to solving our current socio-ecological crises.Read More What is the environment, really?
According to the new census, Malta has just experienced the largest population boom in its entire history. Why did this happen, and what will it mean for our country?Read More The City-state of Malta
When reading the title of this article, you probably first thought about a parent giving some wise advice to their child about how to go about in life, what company to keep and what not to. In my case, what I was thinking about when coming up with this was the now very commonly found […]Read More Tmurx magħhom għax tiċċappas
With Roe v Wade overturned by the US Supreme Court, Malta will also find itself at a crossroads in the near futureRead More It is time to update our abortion laws
The views expressed in this article are those of the author and may not necessarily be reflective of JEF Malta as a whole. Workers Day – commemorated on the first of May – sees its origin in the year 1886 when groups that had socialist and communist ideals grouped in order to remember the riots […]Read More International Workers’ Day – JEF Malta
Does Malta understand what’s wrong with its transport system, or is it just looking for another “amongst the first in the world” title?Read More A Simple Route to Better Public Transport
Despite what social media and news hubs may imply; the worst humanitarian crisis in the world isn’t the situation in Ukraine. Amongst countries now found on the low human development index, the title for “worst humanitarian crisis” belongs to the periled country of Yemen. The Middle Eastern nation-state is going through the worst famine that […]Read More Yemen: The Worst Humanitarian Crisis
The past few weeks have seen heavy fighting across the country, sieges, evidence of war crimes, gains and losses of ground for both sides. The latest evidence suggests the conflict is set to intensify, meanwhile the EU attempts to cut off Russian energy and Finland and Sweden are now considering NATO membership. The Ukrainians held […]Read More Ukraine: Where do things stand now?
At this point in time, everybody and their mother knows that Malta is being increasingly entombed into a coffin of concrete by developers via their shady deals with the planning authority (including in some cases with the Prime Minister himself) and blatant disregard for the judicial protests of NGOs. Cranes have long since replaced the […]Read More Malta: The Concrete Garden
The post-independence political scene in Malta has always shown that an extremely high percentage of the population is interested in their leadership and is willing to go out and vote. This is evident by the continued high voter turnout that the country has experienced, with only the first independent election in 1966 having a voter […]Read More Low Turnout: Apathy or Protest?