[WATCH] Approving the mega petrol station in Luqa would be an act of senseless environmental destruction

See video clip . The Planning Board will today decide on an application for a mega fuel station on agricultural ODZ land in Luqa. The Board had already reviewed and voted on this application on the 5th April, when it voted against its approval, with the vote ending in a tie and the...

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Over 4,000 objections to the proposed ITS project

A record number of over 4,000 objections to the proposed project on the ITS site has been submitted to the Planning Authority during the objection period that ends today. Whilst thousands of these objections were submitted online, Pembroke residents have also collected hundreds of hard-copy...

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Moviment Graffitti urges Planning Authority to stop choking Malta with Fuel Stations

Moviment Graffitti urges the Planning Authority not to approve more projects tied to shopping complexes, disguised as petrol stations that are not only unnecessary but are also built on ODZ land. Moviment Graffitti reiterates the point that such applications should not even be discussed before...

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Protest in Pembroke – Do Not Bury Us Alive!

Residents in Pembroke are organising a protest titled ‘Do Not Bury Us Alive' on Wednesdays 16th May. Pembroke, Swieqi and St. Julian’s are threatened by a proposed development on the ITS site that would effectively bury people alive under the long shadows cast by a gigantic 37-storey tower and a...

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Moviment Graffitti endorses Women’s Rights Foundation position on sexual and reproductive health rights

Moviment Graffitti endorses and supports the Women's Rights Foundation recently released position paper on sexual and reproductive health rights for women in Malta. The position paper advocates for all women and girls to have access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health and...

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Manoel Island an eye-opener to the dangers of privatising public land

Following a month-long struggle to open public access to Manoel Island and efforts to stop commercialisation of the whole area, Moviment Graffitti is still unhappy with plans to commercially develop parts of Manoel Island. However, it views positively the Guardianship Agreement signed with the...

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09/03/2018 Press Statements

Moviment Graffitti salutes Charles Miceli

Moviment Graffitti activists are in utter shock, speechless after receiving the news that Charles Miceli, a towering figure in the struggle for social justice in Malta, has passed away. No words can explain the void he leaves, not only on a political level, but also on an emotional one. He was...

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Raise Your Voice Against Violence on Women

It was important for us to organise a march on this day, the International Women's Day, in solidarity with the numerous other marches happening elsewhere, in order to highlight and bring attention to the struggles that women face everywhere. All around the world, women are marching to raise...

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March on Women's Day - Raise Your Voice

On the 8th March - International Women’s Day - Moviment Graffitti, Women's Rights Foundation, Gender Equality Malta - GEM, Men Against Violence and Integra Foundation are organising a march to denounce violence against women and all forms of sexism. We’ll meet at 5:30pm at City Gate, Valletta,...

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Public meeting to discuss proposed project on ITS site

A group of Pembroke residents are organising a Public Meeting to present and discuss the proposed project on the ITS site in Pembroke. An application has been filed for a 37-floor tower and a 17-floor hotel to replace the ITS building. Several other high-rise projects have also been proposed in...

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Rent Regulation for a Fairer Society

A coalition of seventeen organisations working in different sectors are today launching a document with a Proposal for Rent Regulation in Malta. Malta has almost no regulation in the rental market, and the law of the jungle currently applies. This is forcing many tenants to lead precarious...

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Initiatives connected to International Women’s Day 2018

Moviment Graffitti is organising a series of initiatives connected to International Women’s Day 2018 aimed at bringing into focus issues of gender inequality as well as the strength of women fighting oppression. In a talk entitled “Kurdistan: A Women’s Revolution”, Silvia Todeschini, who spent...

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Lesson not learnt – ITS, Vitals and AUM follow long list of privatisation rip-offs

Moviment Graffitti is alarmed at how the country’s public assets and public land are being handed over to private companies through deals that constitute a rip-off for the public. These shady privatisation deals are jeopardising our right for transparency with regards to publicly-owned property,...

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