Complaining from dawn to dusk is certainly not enough—it is time to organise ourselves. Not sure which activist group to join? We’ve got you covered!
Isles of the Left met with three members of the Research and Policy team at the Parliamentary Secretariat for Social Accommodation to discuss various aspects of White Paper.
There is an urgent need for resource-conserving, smart, emission-neutral production processes. But as the supply of steady employment weakens, a highly competitive labour market and a restricted welfare state would dismantle democratic achievements and enhance authoritarian trends.
A review of a thought-provoking book which engages with Malta’s social anxieties such as its ambiguous contemporary history, and racial and class discrimination.
Precarious, unpaid or underpaid writing is similar to what unpaid internships—initially developed to help young people learn job skills—have become in many industries. It seems to be the only stepping stone into an employment security, if it ever comes.
It is not the first time that Malta has swiftly turned around legislation to grant a measure of order and clarity to emerging industries, creating what could be referred as a “legal certainty market”. However, this is far from risk-free.
Kevin Saliba translated to Maltese a letter written by Charles Bukowski to his friend in 1986.