Raisa Galea talks to Antoine Zammit, a practicing architect and urban designer, about challenges and hopes pertaining to open public spaces in Malta.
Raisa Galea, Andrea Dibben and David Zammit reflect on the abortion debate in Malta.
Raisa Galea talks to Mario Vella, the frontman of cult band Brikkuni, about his alleged aversion to feminism, #metoo movement and gender equality.
The perfect, romanticised version of motherhood—the ‘motherhood myth’—needs to be dismantled. Women who are childless by choice are controversial, but women who regret motherhood…? This is the ultimate taboo.
Raisa Galea talks to Christian Peregin, the founder of Lovin Malta, about the publications’ style, vision and media sensationalism. Together, they discuss Lovin Malta’s dubious coverage of the key recent national events.
A poem by Nadia Mifsud, read by Maria Theuma.
The sea has always been the major force that shaped history of Malta. Today, the seafront as a public space seems to be the only resource element that somehow managed to survive, but for how long will it prevail?