Press Statement: Stability Not Uncertainty: We Demand Rights! 

🇬🇧 Valletta, 22nd February, 2024

We, as long-term migrants living and working in Malta, are uniting to demand stability, not uncertainty, in our lives. In light of recent events and ongoing struggles faced by the migrant community, we are asserting our rights and calling for urgent action from authorities. We arrived in Malta years ago, leaving behind critical situations in our countries of origin, and now call Malta home. Although we were neither given protection nor a residence card, we were given the right to work legitimately and in turn to pay tax and national insurance for decades.

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Vacancy Interpreters: Arabic, Bengali, Urdu

We are looking for freelance interpreters to assist our lawyers when giving pro bono legal advice to our clients at our office or in detention centers. Paid on any hourly basis and person needs to be VAT registered.

Please email us with your CVs.


aditus & Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation submission to UN Special Rapporteur on independence of judges & lawyers

The Commission on Human Rights first appointed a Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers in 1994 due to the increasing frequency of attacks on the independence of judges, lawyers and court officials and the link which exists between the weakening of safeguards for the judiciary and lawyers and the gravity and frequency of violations of human rights.

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Press Release: The Broadcasting Authority’s Decision is a Threat to Free Speech

24 January 2024

The Broadcasting Authority’s (“BA”) recent decision to fine the Church-owned radio station RTK is a threat to free speech, inverting the purpose of the authority’s existence.

The BA has ordered RTK to pay a €6,410 fine after radio show host Andrew Azzopardi said he would never allow racist and xenophobe Norman Lowell on his show and would not obey any directive to host him. Lowell’s far-right organisation, Imperium Europa, filed a complaint with the Broadcasting claiming Azzopardi’s comments constitute political censorship and a threat to the Broadcasting Authority.

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