All Roads Lead To db

Fifteen NGOs together with a group of residents from Pembroke and Swieqi are sounding the alarm on Infrastructure Malta’s plans for a patchwork of tunnels and roads mostly serving big developers, in the area of Pembroke, Swieqi and St. Julian’s. Since these plans were kept hidden from the...

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Objection to New Waterpolo Pitch and Clubhouse in Marsascala

Object by following this link .  I would like to register my interest to make representations and to be present during any hearings and to be informed of all future developments in this case. The proposal of the new waterpolo pitch and clubhouse under planning application...

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Jerma’s Development Brief must serve the interests of Marsascala residents, not the developers’

Moviment Graffitti’s reaction to the Development Brief issued by the PA The residents of Marsascala deserve a tourism development that is proportional to the size and infrastructure of the locality, not the destruction of their local lifestyle. This was pointed out by Moviment Graffitti in...

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Feedback to the Revised Draft Policy Guidance for Fuel Stations

Moviment Graffitti welcomes the latest draft of the long overdue revision of the Fuel Station Policy. We reiterate our view that further delays in the implementation of this new policy are no longer acceptable, and we believe that, if the authorities are serious about the honest implementation...

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El Hiblu Case: Terrorism charge for three young persons is excessive

Joint NGO and Stakeholders Statement The authorities’ decision to charge three young migrants with terrorism is excessive and inhumane. As a group of NGOs and stakeholders, we call on them to withdraw these charges and release these three young persons, whose only role aboard the El Hiblu...

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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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17/10/2019 Other

[WATCH] 25 sena mit-twaqqif tal-Moviment Graffitti

Il-Moviment Graffitti twieled 25 sena ilu u l-attivisti msieħba fih m’għandhom l-ebda ħsieb li jbiddluh f’moviment politiku. L-għaqda xellugija tinsab determinata li tkompli toffri spazju mhux partiġġjan fejn in-nies b’fehmiet differenti jaħdmu għal soċjetà aktar ġusta u kwalità ta’ ħajja...

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16/10/2019 Press Statements

Two Years Later, the Song Remains the Same

Caruana Galizia’s assassination hasn’t changed anything Two years since the heinous murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia, the conditions leading to her assassination have not changed. We feel that, since that fateful day in October 2017, not only has there been a concerted effort to...

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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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08/10/2019 Press Statements

Il-Moviment Graffitti jiċċelebra l-25 Anniversarju b’numru ta’ avvenimenti

Il-Moviment Graffitti ġie mwaqqaf fl-1994 bħala għaqda xellugija li tiġġieled kontra l-oppressjoni u l-isfruttament tan-nies, l-ambjent u l-annimali. Ħamsa u għoxrin sena wara, il-Moviment Graffitti għadu jissielet sabiex iżomm u jkabbar spazju mhux partiġġjan fejn il-poplu jkun jista’ jaħdem...

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01/10/2019 Other

Undeterred by censorship, Graffitti activists return to University with Ian Borg masks

Moviment Graffitti activists were left free to wear political masks on the second day of Freshers' Week, with security not intervening this time around. On Monday, students from the NGO who were going around campus wearing masks depicting Transport Minister Ian Borg were approached by...

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30/09/2019 Other

Security at University of Malta confiscate 'political' mask from Moviment Graffitti stand

Moviment Graffitti has accused security guards at the University of Malta of confiscating a mask featuring Transport Minister Ian Borg at the NGO's Freshers’ Week stand on Monday. A Graffitti activist who was dressed up as Ian Borg explained to MaltaToday that they were going around campus...

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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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The protest isn’t over - Wayne Flask

Andre Callus’ last words rang out, bouncing off the walls of Renzo Piano’s expensive Parliament building – a building which, when considering the current political crop, appears rather ostentatious. His speech was an indictment of the ruling class, elected and unelected, unequivocally...

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Establish a permanent relocation mechanism based on human dignity and solidarity

On the occasion of the meeting of the 23 September between representatives of Malta, Italy, Germany, France, Finland and the European Commission the undersigned organisations strongly urge the meeting participants to bring to an end a distribution of responsibilities that results in human...

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