Following the European Commission’s green light to EU Member States allowing for fiscal rules to be flexed to accommodate additional spending in light of the … Read more
The Faculty for Social Wellbeing has embarked on a new initiative, in collaboration with the Corporate ID Group’s Corporate Dispatch, of publishing our first
by Dr. Natalie Kenely, Department of Social Policy and Social Work, Faculty for Social Wellbeing
Most of us know it, are acquainted … Read more
by Dr. Maria Brown, Visiting Senior Lecturer, Faculty for Social Wellbeing
The current housing situation in Malta needs to be contextualised in … Read more
by Dr. Paulann Grech, Department of Mental Health, Faculty of Health Sciences
It has often been described as the island of ‘sun … Read more
Community People in general are social ‘animals’ so they tend to congregate in groups, communities (Social Wellbeing UOM)
by Dr. JosAnn Cutajar, Department of Gender Studies, Faculty for Social Wellbeing
Definition of Community
A community consists of a group of individuals … Read more
by Jamie Bonnici, Research Officer, Faculty for Social Wellbeing
The Faculty for Social Wellbeing recently embarked on a number of initiatives to explore … Read more
Raising the Threshold: Towards the Professionalisation of Residential Child Caregivers (Social Wellbeing UOM)
by Dr. Marian Muscat Azzopardi, Visiting Lecturer, Faculty for Social Wellbeing
This paper focuses on an essential lacuna in the social welfare … Read more
This article was written by CiConsulta’s GeoPolitical expert Matthew Bugeja appeared on the Diplomatique.Expert International Affairs eJournal.
This is being written because it needs … Read more
Both Albania and North Macedonia have stepped up their efforts at complying with EU requirements in their bid to eventually join the bloc.
In a … Read more
Is too much information fuelling anxiety about Coronavirus? How will the future relations between the EU and Britain be? Is the far-right too close for … Read more
Angelina Jolie – “We’re watching the brutal endgame of the war in Syria as if it has little to do with us. But it does.”
These are excerpts from an op-ed written by Angelina Jolie which will be published on Time Magazine.
“I’ve been to the Syrian region some 10 … Read more
Wide differences remain, particularly between the wealthy countries that are net contributors to the budget and others that are net recipients of EU funds, and … Read more
Opinion piece by European Commission President – Ursula Von Der Leyen
I am a tech optimist. My belief in technology as a force for good … Read more
This article by Denise Grech was published first on Diplomatique.Expert, Corporate Dispatch’s ePublication.
We were supposed to see Brexit get done with the election … Read more
To sort out the Libyan civil war, the European Union first needs to sort out another vicious, internecine struggle: the one back home.
Politico reports … Read more
Brexit fatigue has become a real issue for many analysts and policy makers … Read more
The Iowa Caucuses of 2020 will be memorable for a number of reasons. … Read more
In a matter of days, France and Great Britain were victims of what … Read more
Brexit undoubtedly dominated the news around the world this week, but another issue … Read more
The world’s news headlines are currently dominated by the alarming speed with which the infections of the coronavirus are spreading from the Chinese borders to, … Read more
The EU and the United Kingdom have conducted intensive negotiations to agree on the terms of the UK’s withdrawal and create legal certainty once EU … Read more
The United Kingdom has left the European Union. As the clock struck 11 p.m. in London, the U.K. ceased to be a member of the … Read more
Members of the European Parliament on Wednesday approved a withdrawal agreement that will see the United Kingdom formally leaving the EU by the end of … Read more
The Chinese zodiac, or shengxiao (/shnng-sshyao/ ‘born resembling’), is a repeating cycle of 12 years, with each year being represented by an animal and its … Read more
The start of the New Year finds the world facing four looming threats to human progress: surging geopolitical tensions, the climate crisis, global mistrust … Read more
CiConsulta GeoPolitical Insights – The EU’s Croatian Presidency – A Maltese and European Perspective
Croatia takes over the rotating Presidency of the Council of the European Union for the six month period between Jan-June 2020, under the motto “A … Read more
The main suspicions are that the Ukrainian passenger aircraft was downed by a Russian-made Tor-M1 missile. The Tor is among the most modern air defence … Read more
President Perit David Xuereb said that over the past weeks, the Chamber had compiled a report, that proposed 65 concrete recommendations aimed at solving the … Read more
The Commission for the Rights of Persons with Disability launched a campaign entitled ‘Different is Normal’.
The new photographic campaign aims to increase the visibility … Read more
The New Year has begun with our world in turmoil. We are living in dangerous times”, said the UN chief, noting that turbulence is only … Read more
EU foreign ministers will hold an extraordinary meeting in Brussels on Friday to discuss the situation in the Middle East after earlier this week, the … Read more
The killing of Iran’s most revered military leader could be more impactful for the oil market than other recent incidents that have just temporarily spiked … Read more
Italy’s government and the factory’s foreign operator, the steel giant ArcelorMittal, are engaged in a high-stakes fight over the plant’s future.
The plant’s closing could … Read more