Feeling Aggrieved by Zarb’s online hate speech rant?

You can use our standard text to file a police complaint and/or send a letter to the NCPE   1. File a Police Complaint Any person who feels aggrieved by the online hate speech rant published by Mr. Zarb on the 26th October, 2017 from his Facebook page may file a complaint with the police in two ways:


“Do I have a right to justice?” Improving access to legal assistance in Malta

The final event of the ATLAS project, held on the 28th April, 2017, provided speakers and participants alike the opportunity to discuss the issues relating to improving access to legal assistance in Malta. Minister Helena Dalli, in her opening address, explained that legal aid is essential in order for individuals to have access to an effective remedy and that the current means threshold is effectively barring the majority from receiving such legal aid even in situations of abuse such as domestic violence. Mr. Tamietti, … read more


International Women’s Day

Screening: Burning Bikinis On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2017, aditus foundation and the European Parliament Office in Malta shall be screening the documentary-film Burning Bikinis on the 3rd March @ 3pm – Spazju Kreattiv at St James Cavalier, Valletta.   A debate will follow the screening with the participation of: Dr Therese Comodini Cachia, MEP Dr Miriam Dalli, MEP Dr Maria Pisani, Lecturer and Activist Dr Virginia Monteforte, Anthropologist Ms Pauline Miceli, Commissioner for Children Ms Lorraine Spiteri, Chairperson MCWO … read more


Screening of Burning Bikinis: Bikinis, Society, Women

Screening: 3rd March, 2017 @ 15:00 – Spazju Kreattiv at St James Cavalier, Valletta “Attention girls: … Do not try to attract attention by laughing or talking loudly in a public place… Do not exaggerate in the clothes you wear. Boys are very often embarrassed if the girl they are with is wearing too mini a skirt, too much make-up or a dress which is too low cut. – Times of Malta, Friday June 7, 1968” As an International Woman’s Day event aditus will … read more


National Training on Access to Immigrant Children’s Rights

National Training Workshop: 16th – 17th February, 2017 The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) and aditus foundation are organising a one and a half-day training for legal practitioners (lawyers, trainee lawyers, judicial assistants and legal procurators) which will focus on the right of children to be heard and participate in judicial proceedings, the economic and social rights of migrant children and access to international human rights mechanisms. The training will be conducted by Karolina Babicka, ICJ and Joris Sprakel, Hague University. On … read more