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KNŻ ‘s International Expo 2021

The National Youth Council (KNŻ) is the National Representative Organ for all Maltese Youth Organisations and youths aged between 13 and 35. KNŻ strives to provide opportunities to such youth on both a local and international level while advocating for youth rights....

ESO launches Social Activism and Public Speaking Workshop and Campaign

The University of Malta’s European Studies’ Organisation (ESO) has proudly launched the ESO Social Activism & Public Speaking Workshop and Campaign which will be taking place at the KSU PwC Common Room on 6th and 13th November.  This workshop is tailored for...

Malta’s own Time Machine

In the midst of the panoramas and retouched selfies that make up Instagram, the occasional photo of a Maltese time long gone by pops up. This is courtesy of Magna Żmien, an organisation composed of artists, researchers and engineers, which advocates and assists in the...
A Summary of Mental Health within Corrections

A Summary of Mental Health within Corrections

On the 12th of May, the Criminology Students’ Association (CSA), in collaboration with the Malta Health Students’ Association (MHSA), held a webinar exploring mental health within correctional facilities. The purpose of this conference was to shed light on the fact...

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ECAN: Let’s Talk Cannabis Reform

ECAN: Let’s Talk Cannabis Reform

With the government publishing a white paper proposing a decriminalised framework for responsible cannabis use on March 30, Malta is finally discussing an issue which has long been around. Cannabis reform has been a difficult field to navigate in Malta with current...

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Ramadan Kareem!

Ramadan Kareem!

After Easter, the world is now facing the next major religious event on the global calendar: Ramadan! Islam is the second largest religion following Christianity, with over a billion people participating in Ramadan every year. In Malta, there are around 3000 Muslims....

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Ramadan Kareem!

Ramadan Kareem!

After Easter, the world is now facing the next major religious event on the global calendar: Ramadan! Islam is the second largest religion following Christianity, with over a billion people participating in Ramadan every year. In Malta, there are around 3000 Muslims....

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