Last Ditch Effort to Save Wied Għomor

"Some 50 residents were this evening joined by representatives of the Swieqi, San Ġwann and St Julian’s local councils, as well as Din L-Art Ħelwa, Front Ħarsien ODZ and Moviment Graffitti, calling on the tribunal to confirm the decision and reject the development." "Wied Għomor, a...

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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...

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Initiatives connected to International Women’s Day 2018

Press Statement 18/02/18 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...

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Proposed Development in Bulebel

Ilbieraħ membru tal-Moviment Graffitti u attivist fil-Kamp Emerġenza Ambjent għamel żjara ġewwa Bulebel (Alex Caruana), flimkien ma’ numru ta’ persuni minn għaqdiet oħra u bdiewa li jaħdmu r-raba’ t’hemmhekk. Dawn huma wħud mir-ritratt li ħa ta’ dan il-post daqstant sabiħ li se jkun qed jinqered...

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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...

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Three Film-Nights on the Theme of Resistance

Moviment Graffitti is this month curating three film-nights organised by Kinemastik. We have chosen the theme of RESISTANCE. The three films deal with people organising themselves against different forms of oppression, in different historical contexts and with different outcomes. All films...

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