A Bird’s Eye View
Malta Model United Nations Society has officially joined as members of the ‘A Bird’s Eye View’s Organisation Area’! The Malta Model United Nations Society is the first official organisation of its kind in Malta. It commits itself primarily to training and preparing youths to attend and actively participate in Model United Nations conferences abroad. It does so by means of […]Read More MaltMUN joins BEV Organisation Area
Extinction Rebellion Malta, together with the Animal Liberation Malta group, organised a flash mob today at the University of Malta’s Quad to bring light to the destructive impacts of industrial animal agriculture locally and worldwide. Representatives of the flash mob say that this destruction has caused greenhouse gas emissions (50-80% of agriculture-related emissions are from animal agriculture), animal exploitation, habitat […]Read More Flash Mob at the University of Malta
Malta Law Students’ Society has officially joined as members of the ‘A Bird’s Eye View’s Organisation Area’! Għaqda Studenti Tal-Liġi (Malta Law Students’ Society) is a faculty-based non-profit organisation at the University of Malta that represents all law students within the Faculty of Laws. GħSL was set up by a group of law students in 1943, led by Joseph Ganado, […]Read More GħSL joins BEV Organisation Area
Medical Biochemistry Students’ Association has officially joined as members of the ‘A Bird’s Eye View’s Organisation Area’! Medical Biochemistry deals with the interface between cellular biology, medicine and chemistry and gives an understanding of how the human body functions. Medical Biochemistry Students’ Association was founded to represent those who form a part of the Medical Biochemistry course, as well as […]Read More MBSA joins BEV Organisation Area
Today, we commemorate ‘World Press Freedom Day’, in remembrance of the vital importance that journalism, the media and the press hold in a civilised democratic society. However, we still come across instances where this is just an ideal and is not put into practice. We cannot afford to be complacent and neglectful of today’s significance, nor can we ignore the […]Read More World Press Freedom Day
Extinction Rebellion has officially joined as members of the ‘A Bird’s Eye View’s Organisation Area’! Extinction Rebellion is a decentralised, international and politically non-partisan movement using non-violent direct action and civil disobedience to persuade governments to act justly on the Climate and Ecological Emergency. Extinction Rebellion Malta is the local group of this organisation, which has organised multiple protests against […]Read More Extinction Rebellion joins BEV Organisation Area
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 of Haymarket in Chicago. These […]Read More International Workers’ Day – JEF Malta
JEF Malta has officially joined as members of the ‘A Bird’s Eye View’s Organisation Area’! JEF (Young European Federalists) Malta is a non-partisan youth NGO and political movement as well as a student organisation within the University of Malta. It is also a recognised member of Kunsill Nazzjonali Żgħażagħ (KNŻ), Kunsill Studenti Universitarji (KSU), and the Euro-Med Youth Platform. Internationally, […]Read More JEF Malta joins BEV Organisation Area
For those who may not be familiar with A Bird’s Eye View, we are a youth organisation made up of students and activists alike, whose common mission is to help contribute to a community of citizens who look at current affairs from an impartial lens. In the past months, this website has grown quite a bit, and we now have […]Read More BEV Launches Organisations’ Area
Our planet, our environment, our oceans and our trees. These are things which we’ve grown to appreciate and treasure beyond belief. However, we must never take them for granted. As the world continues to face numerous environmental challenges such as climate change, deforestation and pollution amongst others, it’s simply not enough for our leaders to produce the usual cliché words […]Read More Earth Day 2022
In a few months’ time, everyone with a Tallinja card will be able to ride the bus for free. But despite the fact that almost the whole population will be eligible for free public transportation, experts believe that the incentive will not persuade a large number of people to exchange their car keys for bus cards, not large enough at […]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 the world has experienced in […]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 their own and have managed […]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 Għargħar as Malta’s national tree, […]Read More Malta: The Concrete Garden
Over the years there have been multiple news articles, stories and shared posts online about sexual harassment. Although, the stories we hear about are minuscule compared to the number of stories left unshared. The aim of this survey is to shed light and give a voice to those who don’t have one, creating an anonymous space to speak out and […]Read More SURVEY: Sexual Harassment in Malta
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 turnout below 90%. However, in […]Read More Low Turnout: Apathy or Protest?
While Moses parted the Red Sea, the Papal Argentinian shall part the Maltese streets.Read More Mass protests planned for weekend after road closures
Note to our viewers:We are doing our best to bring you the latest and most reliably verified news. Nevertheless, please be careful and do not take anything you see online to be the full truth. Fake news is a rampant plague in this crisis, and even the world’s largest agencies are falling victim to false reports slipping through. 2 humanitarian […]Read More Ukraine-Russia War – Live Updates and Analysis
The Russia-Ukraine conflict has been consuming our newsfeed for the past few weeks, and in the chaos of it all, it’s easy to forget what exactly kindled this conflict. The invasion of Ukraine by Russia has thrown the two countries into a large-scale, deadly conflict, with a humanitarian catastrophe looming. But, aside from the broader geopolitical forces at play, what […]Read More War In Europe: Retracing the Straw that Broke the Camel’s Back
Extinction Rebellion Malta is organising a rally tomorrow in front of parliament as a response to the upcoming election, with the group wanting to see an end to “politics as usual”. Statement from Extinction Rebellion Malta: The parties aren’t doing enough. They claim that they want change, yet the system itself incentivises short-term gain at the expense of long-term solutions. […]Read More Vote for a sustainable Malta
Chernobyl workers can’t get to work due to shelling – IAEA 23:45 – 24 Mar 2022 The UN’s nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), says Ukraine has told it that Russian forces are shelling checkpoints in the city of Slavutych. The city of around 25,000 residents is where many workers from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant live. Ukraine […]Read More Ukraine-Russia War – Updates and Analysis (18/03 – 24/03)
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