19/10/2019 Other

Malta RiseUp4Rojava Gathering

Today outside the Turkish embassy in Malta at the Malta RiseUp4Rojava gathering, condemning the Turkish invasion of Northern Syria (Rojava) and the brutal, unprovoked assault by the Turkish state on communities in this area. Turkey’s invasion is resulting in the massacre of Kurds and other...

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15/10/2019 Press Statements

Malta RiseUp4Rojava

The Kurdish community in Malta, with the support of Moviment Graffitti, is organising a peaceful gathering on Saturday 19th October at 10am, outside the Turkish embassy in Floriana, to condemn the Turkish invasion of Northern Syria (Rojava) and the brutal, unprovoked assault by the Turkish...

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28/09/2019 Feminism

Speech by Moviment Graffitti activist Karen Tanti during Malta’s first Pro-Choice rally

Abortion is most certainly one of the most taboo subjects one can speak about here in Malta. There is a reason why this is Malta's first pro-choice rally, as in the past, it has been impossible to even debate or talk about the subject in public without facing extreme backlash. Things are...

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[WATCH] Thousands join Iż-Żejjed Kollu Żejjed protest in Valletta

View more photos here  and here .  It’s been a great day, after four busy weeks of organisation. Every minute was worth it. Thanks to all those of you who came - over 3,000 people - the 68 groups who endorsed the protest, and who helped with the organisation. Today you’ve...

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60 groups hold Press Conference ahead of 7th September protest

View the Press Conference here ( 1st part) and here ( 2nd part ).  The Press Conference was addressed by: Christine Cassar - Moviment Graffitti; Robert Fenech - Flimkien Ghal Ambjent Ahjar; Alex Torpiano - Din l-Art Helwa; Norman Zammit - Pembroke resident opposing the db Group project;...

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52 groups register their participation for the 7th September protest

Public Forum in August seeks citizens’ participation in formulating demands. Fifty-two groups have already registered their participation for the 7th September national protest ‘ Enough is Enough: We’re off to Valletta ’. In the days prior to the protest, a Public Forum seeking the...

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Iż-Żejjed Kollu Żejjed - Protesta

Moviment Graffitti is making a call for participation in a national protest free from partisan politics – Enough is Enough: We’re off to Valletta - on Saturday 7th September. It will start at 10am, from the Law Courts. The aim of this protest is to bring together residents, workers, farmers,...

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[WATCH] Thank you for your heartwarming energy during yesterday’s protest

We wanted to say thankyou this morning, but then came the news of the courtroom victory in relation to the Pembroke development to add to our list of satisfactions for these two days: further proof that united without partisan political divisions, we can achieve great things. We thank you for...

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Waiting for the fuel station policy review

WWW.POMPITIMER.ORG An online timer counting the days, hours, minutes and seconds from the Environment Minister’s promise on the 25th January 2018 to change the Fuel Service Station Policy.  Ian Borg   José Herrera # wheresthereview

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ASSEDJU PA - We are currently clearing the campsite, convinced that pressure is working

Assedju PA is coming to an end this evening, with activists currently clearing the campsite convinced that the pressure on the authorities to revise the damaging Fuel Service Station Policy is indeed working. These five days of direct action have been a truly encouraging experience for us since...

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Malta will be celebrating Freedom Day whilst under the rule of speculators

While tomorrow our country will be commemorating its Freedom from British colonial rule, these celebrations will be held under the rule of speculators who are exploiting our country for the benefit of the few. Today, Saturday 30th March, we are into our third day of our camp Assedju PA, where we...

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[WATCH] Presenting a letter to the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport asking for a review of the Fuel Service Station Policy

Illum waranofsinhar imxejna mill-kamp Assedju PA sal-Ministeru tal-Infrastruttura u t-Trasport, sabiex nagħtu ittra lill-Ministru Ian Borg - il-Ministru responsabbli mill-Awtorita tal-Ippjanar. Onor. Ian Borg Ministeru għat-Trasport, Infrastruttura u Proġetti Kapitali Block B, Triq Francesco...

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[WATCH] Direct Action - The PA is besieging Malta with massive and useless fuel stations

Moviment Graffitti has, early this morning, started a symbolic siege on the Planning Authority’s (PA) premises to denounce the authority’s besieging of our island with massive and useless fuel stations. We are carrying out this direct action to highlight the PA’s failure to change the Fuel...

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[WATCH] Clips from this morning's direct action outside Planning Authority's main gate in Floriana

See video clip . Press Statement: The PA is besieging Malta with massive and useless fuel stations Moviment Graffitti has, early this morning, started a symbolic siege on the Planning Authority’s (PA) premises to denounce the authority’s besieging of our island with massive and useless...

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