ASCS provides a summary of the most influential policies put forward, both from the students’ perspective, and the economy.Read More 2023 Budget Review | ASCS
The provision of this fast ferry service via two private companies that need to turn a profit, instead of a public service run for the common good, was a grave mistake from the outset that made its flop inevitable.Read More Place Gozo fast ferry under public ownership
Kunsill Nazzjonali taż-Żgħażagħ has officially joined as members of the ‘A Bird’s Eye View’s Organisation Area’! Founded in 1992, Kunsill Nazzjonali Żgħażagħ (KNŻ) is the national representative body for all Maltese youths of ages between 13 and 35. The National Youth Council of Malta strives to be a proactive primary source of information, idea-generation and […]Read More KNZ joins BEV Organisation Area
Although the voting system in Malta is somewhat favourable for the creation of a multi-party-political scene in Malta, for several decades, even before our independence, two parties have held an absolute majority within Parliament, the Labour Party and the Nationalist Party. The Democratic Alternative Party (now AD+PD) was also present since its split from the […]Read More The Third Parties. Who are they?
Since 1978, through the United Nations, the term “Sustainability” has been brought forward in a wide array of literature, which ranges from policies to technological articles, and regulation. This was triggered by the early effects of Climate Change, which compared to the effects we are feeling today, are minimal. Humankind’s rapid development since the dawn […]Read More B.Sustainable – Implementing the politics
As done in previous years, ASCS feels the urge to assess the budget brought forward by the Government and provide a holistic critical assessment, meant to facilitate all students as they make their assumptions and conclusions on the 2022 Budget. This original format in which the Budget was presented, is not divided according to the […]Read More ASCS Budget Review 2022
The Budget presented by the government yesterday, for 2019, is another step in the right direction, particularly in social issues. That being said, ASCS would like to express its concern regarding matters that have not been given the adequate attention. The fact that for the second consecutive year, the budget does not include any additional […]Read More ASCS Review on Budget 2019
Last week EY presented their annual Malta Attractiveness Survey. This annual event presents findings from a survey carried out by EY on whether investors find Malta attractive for investment or not, based on different aspects of the country. At a glance results were positive however it is worth mentioning that they did take a dip […]Read More Attractiveness Survey Review