Gender quotas are being pushed to increase women’s political representation. But will it solve the issue or will it make it even harder for equal representation to be achieved?Read More Gender Quotas: The Answer to Increased Female Representation?
They all have one thing in common, with the necessary funding and international cooperation, this technology will defeat the pandemic, and many more to come.Read More Covid vaccine technologies work. Here’s how.
YouthPropose aims to highlight proposals generated by Maltese Youth Organisations.Read More YouthPropose – Incentivising Sustainability in the Private Sector
Perhaps after COVID, we should not ‘return to normal’ but commence a return to constant change.Read More Culture is not a Career.
In our booming global society, how will the tragic ends of secluded peoples lost, scale up?Read More Earth’s Tragic Trajectory
On this day, at around this time, the Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated in a car bomb outside her home in Bidnija.Read More The Situation is Desperate.
“The greatest nations are defined by how they treat their weakest inhabitants”. Here’s how we treat ours.Read More Migrant Centres or Uninhabitable Camps?
During the month of October, many organisations and companies change their logo to add a pink background or a pink ribbon, and landmarks worldwide are illuminated with pink. But why?Read More The Pink Month
With societies becoming more reliant and connected by the internet, is the world’s largest network the most sustainable route toward profits?Read More Will Online Shopping Become Standard Shopping?
Economies grinding to an abrupt halt1. The masses purchasing a maddening amount of toilet paper and non-perishable foods. The bewildering number of people sharing fake news on social media. Anxiety, panic and fear crawling around your mind like a swarm of ants, gnawing at your mental state for your undivided attention.Read More Earth tested positive for COVID-19
Amongst its many impacts, this pandemic has undoubtedly made many reflect on what to appreciate in life, and not to take things for granted, things such as aspects of our everyday routine, our family, friends, loved ones, and the other people who we may come across, but never really take any notice of.Read More Pride and Joy
Euthanasia is currently prohibited under Maltese law. However, as the years go by and we become more exposed to liberal ideologies, should euthanasia be legalised?Read More Should Euthanasia be Legalised?
(English Version of, Lil Żagħżugħ Malti Bħali) Dear Fellow Maltese Teen, I am writing this letter to help you notice what is truly going on around you.Read More To a Fellow Maltese Teen
Yes, I know, you’ve heard it all before, just as everyone else has. 1.5oC. The Paris Agreement. 2030. Climate change. Global warming. Mass extinction of wildlife. Polar vortexes. That skinny polar bear. Greta Thunberg.Read More What can the EU’s smallest country do about climate change?
We all know the story, the 56-year-old cry that is, ‘Save the Planet’. One day, some humans rolled out of bed and realised that several practices we were making use of were actively damaging the environment we live in, and the planet as a whole. As the months and years passed, more and more movements […]Read More “Save the Planet” – The Greatest Arrogance of All
I wonder if you’ve ever noticed these shamefully sly tricks clickbait sites use all the time 🤔🤔🤔Read More 9 Reasons Why People Always Fall for CLICKBAIT!
The number of foreigners coming to live in Malta has been on a constant increase in the past decade, reaching 43,000 in 2018 (which is about 9% of the total population). This significant increase has led to the escalation of tensions between the local communities and the foreigners. With most of the newcomers hailing from […]Read More Are the Maltese people against foreigners?
You are a consumer. Just like every other organism, you consume in order to survive. But do you need all the stuff you consume?Read More Monkey See, Monkey Buy
The phrase ‘Money makes the world go round’ is used several times, but its meaning is often underestimated. Little to do we contemplate, that the role that money plays in the world today is more effective than we think, as it ends up having a direct impact on the fabric of society and the foundations which […]Read More It’s all about the money
Tomorrow will see a special cabinet meeting called upon by Prime Minister Theresa May, in order to discuss a draft withdrawal agreement for the United Kingdom. She does so in light of recent news that both parties seem to have agreed upon a technical deal for Britain to leave the European Union.Read More A Brexit deal is all but agreed upon🇪🇺🇬🇧