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Democracy Derailed: The Undemocratic University Debate

With the General Election (GE) round the corner, in a joint initiative with the Malta University Debating Union (MUDU), the Kunsill Studenti Universitarji (KSU) will be hosting this year`s University General Election Debate this Thursday 10th March at Sir Temi Zammit...

Education, Cannabis, and Harm Reduction: How to get it right?

Insite asked ReLeaf Malta: Should cannabis be legalised, how can education about the positive and negative effects of it be implemented in the school curriculum? If we may rephrase this question, as follows: What type of educational messages and information related to...

China: A partner for the future, or an enemy from the past?

By the Malta International Relations Association (MIRSA) For 44 years, between the end of World War II and the fall of the Iron Curtain in Europe, the Cold War served as the defining feature of foreign affairs; dictating norms and ethics in economic and philosophical...
A Mole in Mater Dei

A Mole in Mater Dei

On 23rd March 2021, news broke out that Malta’s Minister of Education, Justyne Caruana, was hospitalized at Mater Dei Hospital. In the preceding days, she had been caught up in a debacle over the payment of a foreign footballer to reform sports curricula in government...

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They Blew Her Up

They Blew Her Up

They Blew Her Up, written by Times of Malta Editor in Chief Herman Grech, explores the murder of Malta’s leading investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. It was shown at Spazju Kreattiv with limited seating, but if an audience member wanted to see the play...

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They Blew Her Up

They Blew Her Up

They Blew Her Up, written by Times of Malta Editor in Chief Herman Grech, explores the murder of Malta’s leading investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. It was shown at Spazju Kreattiv with limited seating, but if an audience member wanted to see the play...

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