[WATCH] R/EVOLUZZJONI 25 - The Documentary

It's 1994. A group of University students band together to form Moviment Graffitti, a leftist movement "against the oppression and exploitation of people, the environment and animals, with a vision of freedom and radical democracy." Very soon, they will be taking on the development of a golf...

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08/03/2020 Feminism

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 li f’Malta u f’Għawdex, il-ġlieda tal-mara għall-ugwaljanza għadha ma spiċċatx. Is-soċjeta tagħna għadha strutturalment patrijarkali kważi daqs kemm...

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Women's Day March - All Different, Same Struggle

The 8th of March is dedicated to the celebration of women’s achievements. It has been and will continue to be the day in which women from different cultures and backgrounds get together to fight for their rights. Moviment Graffitti and Women's Rights Foundation are organising a Women’s Day March...

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2019 - It's more than just rock'n roll

We joked about it in the promo video for our R/Evoluzzjoni25 documentary: 2019 was Moviment Graffitti’s 25th year of rock’n’roll. Little did we know that we’d be plugging away at full volume until the very end of what was a tumultuous year not only for the country, but also for its citizens....

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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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Coalition Launch - Voice for Choice/L-għażla tagħha

Voice for Choice is the first Maltese pro-choice coalition made up of civil society organisations and individuals who together want to campaign for reproductive rights and justice in Malta. We are grassroot organisations that represent various sectors of our society, as well as individuals that...

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08/03/2019 Feminism

International Women’s Day - 8th March 2019

Today 8th March is International Women’s Day. More than a day to celebrate, for us it represents a day to remember all the past and recent women’s struggle, to express our solidarity with the women all around the world fighting right now for more justice and equality, to be proud of all the...

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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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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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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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