Will European Federalism realistically be the next step?Read More 27 or 1? | Towards a Federalist Europe
We are a number of civil society organisations representing parents, carers, workers and those working for gender equality and the rights of LGBTQI+ people. We are holding this press conference outside Parliament to demand that the Work-Life Balance law be revisited with the aim of improving it. The law – which came into effect in […]Read More Improve the Work-Life Balance Law Now
Malta’s transport crisis stems from a reluctance to question the dominant car industry.Read More What do we overlook when an efficient transport system is all we want?
Forsi minħabba l-Gwerra?Read More Moħħom fil-Qamar
Background The sounds of war roared once again in the wake of the 24 February, earlier on this year, sending tremors throughout the European continent and beyond. As much as it led to a humanitarian and political crisis, especially in Ukraine, the Russian invasion of the ex-Soviet nation also negatively affected the global economy as […]Read More The Economic Effects of the Ukraine vs Russia War on Malta
JEF Malta’s ‘Integrated Democratic Europe’ Simulation has returned for its 3rd edition, bringing in a new wave of countries, parties, debates and votes to the table, all of which are simulated by participants between 16 and 30 years old. What is IDE? IDE is a political simulation based on the democratic process on the European […]Read More IDE is Back! | JEF Malta
Putin does not need to invade Ukraine to get what he wants. He’s already won. For weeks running into months now, the Russian president has kept NATO countries on edge, all waiting to see what his next move will be, all ready to drop everything and whizz into diplomatic meetings like dogs waiting to be […]Read More Putin Won
The western allies have agreed to kick China out of the picture when it comes to 5G infrastructure. What they haven’t agreed on though, is how on earth they’re going to replace its carriers, and what’s to be done to rapidly upgrade the now ‘China-less’ networks. By western allies, I refer to the US and […]Read More 5G, Europe and the US – Where do we stand?
What is more prevalent on the Maltese islands than the belief that abortion is morally reprehensive in any shape or form? This writer can think of unhealthy eating and a compulsive love of cars as possible contenders. Scientific surveys consistently show that the vast majority of the Maltese population oppose the legalisation of abortion in […]Read More The abortion bogeyman rears its head
EY Malta has recently published their annual Malta Attractiveness Survey. During this annual event, key findings on whether Malta is attractive for investors and foreign direct investment, based on different aspects of the country, are presented. The main concern that investors have about Malta is the lack of specialised skills in the labour force, and […]Read More EY’s Attractiveness Survey 2018 Review