In countries with low public welfare spending such as Malta, individuals are aware that their (and their family’s) social welfare depends on the accumulation of private wealth. Therefore, the state needs to step in as a social partner.
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 the White Paper.
The past few decades have spawned a one-off transfer of wealth that is unlikely to be repeated. While the main beneficiaries of this have been the older generations, eventually this will be passed on to the next generation via inheritance or transfer. The ultimate result is not just a growing intergenerational divide, but an entrenched […]
It would be contradictory if the better off generations, strongly assisted by the State in the past, opposed or resisted any form of State intervention aimed at helping the younger ones.
A coalition of seventeen organisations working in different sectors calls for rent regulation in Malta.
How could it be that a nation of ‘ambivalent Europeans’, which is hostile to migrants, can carve out pockets of compassion and kindness towards stray cats?