'Justice and the SDGs: Promoting an Inclusive Approach to Participatory Policy Making' – Consultancy and Outcome Report (April 2016)
Just prior to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) 2015, a side event at CHOGM on Goal 16 and the Commonwealth was organised by CHRI, aditus foundation, CIVICUS, Integra Foundation, Jesuit Refugee Service, Malta LGBTIQ Rights Movement, Platform of Human Rights Organisations in Malta. The event was supported by the Open Society Justice Initiative.
Access to Legal Assistance in Malta: Mapping the Availability of Legal Assistance for the Protection of Fundamental Rights in Malta (April 2017)
Published with The Critical Institute as part of our ATLAS project, the report looks into the importance of legal assistance for the protection of fundamental rights. It is a discussion document that seeks to stimulate an exploration of ways of improving access to such assistance, especially for the most marginalised.
Integration in Education of Third Country Nationals, 2012 (October 2012)
Study into the integration of third-country national students and their families in Malta's education system, researched and drafted for the Foundation for Educational Services (FES).
Joint NGO input on Temporary Humanitarian Protection N (November 2016)
Submitted by: aditus foundation, African Media Association Malta, The Critical Institute, Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants, Gender Liberation, Integra Foundation, International Association for Refugees, JRS Malta, KOPIN, Malta Emigrants’ Commission, Maltese-Serbian Community, MGRM, Migrant Women Association in Malta, Moroccan Community in Malta, Moviment Graffitti, Organisation for Friendship in Diversity, the People for Change Foundation, the Platform of Human Rights Organisations in Malta, SKOP, SOS Malta, Spark 15, Sudanese Community, Third Country National Support Network.
Joint Submission on the draft National Children’s Policy (May 2012)
Comments submitted with other NGOs on Malta's draft children's policy.
Malta Integration Network II: Policy Indicators for Migrant Integration (June 2015)
The second phase of the Malta Integration Network I (MIN I) Project, MIN II builds on the findings and lessons of MIN I through the drafting and development of national integration indicators.
Malta Integration Network: A way forward for a National Integration Policy in Malta (June 2014)
Final report of the Malta Integration Network project, presenting over 60 recommendations on migrant integration.
NGO Input on the 'Draft Strategy Document: Strategy for the Reception of Asylum-Seekers and Irregular Migrants' (November 2015)
Submitted by: aditus foundation, Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants, Integra Foundation, International Association for Refugees, Jesuit Refugee Service (Malta), Kopin, Migrant Women Association Malta, Organisation for Friendship in Diversity, People for Change Foundation, SOS Malta.
NGO Submissions to the Ministry of Social Dialogue, Consumer Affairs & Civil Liberties – Human Rights Scoping Exercise (March 2014)
Comments submitted with other NGOs to the Civil Liberties Ministry on the future of human rights in Malta.
NGO Submissions to the Public Consultation on National Migrant Integration Strategy 2015-2020 (June 2015)
Technical submissions on migrant integration submitted to the Ministry for Social Dialogue, Consumer Affairs and Civil Liberties by aditus foundation, Integra Foundation, JRS Malta, KOPIN and the Organisation for Friendship in Diversity.
Unaccompanied Minor Asylum-Seekers in Malta: A Technical Report on Age Assessment & Guardianship Procedures (October 2014)
Research into Malta's age assessment and guardianship procedures for unaccompanied asylum-seekers, produced in the broader project funded by the VOICES Foundation.
What does Solidarity mean for Malta? (September 2015)
NGO recommendations on Malta's role in EU-wide solidarity measures
The under-signed 14 non-governmental organisations working with and for migrants, asylum-seekers and refugees would like to take this opportunity to offer suggestions as to how Malta can express and practice such solidarity. At the heart of our recommendations is the belief that solidarity should not be exclusively based on mechanisms beneficial to Member States, but that it ought to be primarily concerned with upholding the fundamental human rights of those persons facing intense hardships and violations.