What we are all about

Moviment Graffitti is a left-wing Maltese organisation set up in 1994. It is active against the oppression and exploitation of people, the environment and animals; with a vision of freedom and radical democracy. We work on a number of issues affecting our lives and we strive to bring positive change by fighting for justice and equality. This is done in a number of ways: we carry out direct actions, organise protests and gatherings, build coalitions between different social forces and hold awareness-raising initiatives such as film-nights, talks and discussions.

Moviment Graffitti is autonomous from any economic power or political party, but it regularly collaborates with other organisations that share its beliefs on specific issues. There are no hierarchies in the organisation and everybody's voice is equal.

We always welcome new members.  Contact Us

Latest News

Jerma Development Brief – prioritize our wellbeing over developers’ ambitions


Moviment Graffitti welcomes the amendments in the second consultation document in connection with the ex-Jerma Palace Hotel Development Brief,...

Stop sacrificing lives on the altar of greed – Moviment Graffitti


The death of a construction worker in a collapse in Cospicua is another senseless death caused by lawlessness in the building sector, said...

Tighter Rural Policy regulations a positive development


After studying the proposed reform for the Rural Policy, the undersigned NGOs are of the opinion that this presents a considerable improvement...

Moviment Graffitti calls for anti-SLAPP legislation in Malta


Freedom of information must be protected at all costs Moviment Graffitti condemns without reservation the SLAPPs (strategic lawsuits against...

From bad to worse at Planning Commission - organisations call for the removal of Mr Simon Saliba


Eleven organisations are calling for the removal of Mr Simon Saliba from Chairperson of the Planning Commission for obstructing the right to a...

“Stop hogging our seas” Balluta Bay objectors tell Fortina ferry group


The 87-strong individuals, Local Council and NGOs who are appealing the Planning Authority's decision to allow the Fortina Group to operate a...

Our Events


Back to the 90s: Quiz and Party

Spent hours singing along to videos on music channels? Paid a stupid amount of money because you had to own those essential albums? Know your Grunge from your Brit Pop and your Trip Hop from your... Read More →

In Commemoration Of Lassane Cisse's Murder

Monday 6/04/2020 marks the one-year anniversary of Lassana Cisse's death - a murder which was the result of a racially-motivated hate crime. While his two murderers roam free and continue... Read More →

Women's Day March Malta

8 ta’ Marzu Jum il-mara – 8th March Women’s Day Moviment Graffitti and Women’s Rights Foundation, with the support of the organizations below, are inviting you to participate in a walk in... Read More →

Latest Actions

Marċ f'Jum il-Mara - Id-diskors ta' Angele Deguara


Għalfejn inġbarna hawn illum minflok qegħdin ingawdu l-jum tal-Ħadd?  Għalfejn naħsbu li huwa importanti li nkunu hawn? Għax nemmnu...

Protesta Kontra l-Ħakma tal-Iżviluppaturi - Id-diskors ta' Wayne Flask

Environmental Protection

Make hay while the sun shines. Il-profeta qalilna biex, sakemm ikun temp tajjeb, naħsbu fil-ħsad. Kienet ġurnata ta’ xemx meta bil-gafef tagħkom...

Id-“deal” ta’ Trump la se jġib il-paċi u wisq anqas il-ġustizzja

Solidarity with Palestine

Il-Ġimgħa u s-Sibt konna fid-daħla tal-Belt Valletta flimkien mal-komunità Palestinjana f’Malta sabiex nagħtu informazzjoni dwar is-sitwazzjoni...

[WATCH] Castille blockade: activists demand Prime Minister resigns now

Press Statements

Press Statement: Not Business-as-Usual We are here at Castille today, representing different groups and individuals who all share the same...