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

06/12/2019

Letter to Cabinet from Socialists, leftists and progressives

A letter was sent today to all members of Cabinet about the current situation in our country. The letter was signed by over 350 individuals and organisations that identify with Socialist,... Read More →
20/11/2019

Yorgen Fenech Arrest - Schembri and Mizzi should shoulder political responsibility and immediately disappear from the political scene

In view of today’s arrest of Tumas Group’s CEO Yorgen Fenech, Moviment Graffitti reiterates its stance that Keith Schembri and Konrad Mizzi should immediately resign and disappear from the... Read More →
20/11/2019

Feedback to Public Consultation on the Rural Policy Review

We have presented our feedback on the Rural Policy Design Guidance, that has led to several outrageous projects, to the PA.  Read the full feedback here :.... Read More →

Our Events

R/Evoluzzjoni25: 25 Sena Storja tal-Moviment Graffitti

01/12/2019 Venue: Spazju Kreattiv Cinema

It's 1994. A group of University students band together to form Moviment Graffitti, a leftist movement "against the oppression and exploitation of...

Politika Nadifa, Soċjetà Ġusta

30/11/2019 Near the Monument of Manuel Dimech, Castille

The state of our nation requires not only resignations, but also sobriety and radical change: Malta cannot remain hostage to the business class....

Screening // Dibattitu - R/Evoluzzjoni - 25 Sena ta’ Attiviżmu

27/11/2019 University of Malta - KSU Common Room

Screening // Dibattitu R/Evoluzzjoni - 25 Sena ta’ Attiviżmu - Moviment Graffitti L-Università - KSU Common Room Nhar l-Erbgħa, 27 ta’...

Il-Bajja tal-Balluta Mhedda / Konferenza Stampa

16/11/2019 Balluta Bay

Balluta Bay is under threat from an application submitted to the Planning Authority to transform it into a berthing place for Fortina’s private...

Moviment Graffitti 'Meet and Greet' fl-Università

23/10/2019 University of Malta

Moviment Graffitti 'Meet and Greet' fl-Università *(EN version below)* Studenti MG - il-grupp studentesk tal-Moviment Graffitti - qiegħda...

If I speak: A Tunisian Documentary

19/10/2019 University of Malta

MGRM and Moviment Graffitti will be screening a Tunisian documentary about gay people in Tunisia. Gay people face several challenges in Tunisia as...

Latest Actions

Residents 'will not give up' in fight against AUM extension

Environmental Protection

Residents and activists met in Cospicua on Sunday to protest plans by the American University of Malta to extend its footprint at the Senglea...

'Balluta Bay under siege', activists and councils warn

Environmental Protection

Balluta Bay would be rendered useless if it is transformed into a berthing place for a private ferry, activists and two local councils have...

Malta RiseUp4Rojava Gathering

Other

Today outside the Turkish embassy in Malta at the Malta RiseUp4Rojava gathering, condemning the Turkish invasion of Northern Syria (Rojava) and...

Malta RiseUp4Rojava

Press Statements

The Kurdish community in Malta, with the support of Moviment Graffitti, is organising a peaceful gathering on Saturday 19th October at 10am,...