Suleiman Abubaker suffered a fractured skull and lung contusions when he was thrown out of the club in May 2009. He fell into a coma and died 11 days later.
What Post-Pandemic Normality Means to the Streets of Valletta
During the pandemic, we have been forced to prioritise our private domestic spaces. Will the ‘new normality’ bring the return of the old normal: the prioritisation of commercial private spaces over common spaces and interests?
COVID-19 and Solidarity: a Wish List of Government Measures in the Time of Crisis
Crisis must not be an excuse for discrimination and injustice. On the contrary, solidarity is our weapon during these difficult times.
Queues and Empty Shelves Reveal Our Fear of an Uncertain Future
Deep down, everyone embarking on a panicked shopping spree harboured no illusion about the time and place they inhabit. They simply understood that, in a society where nobody cares about the needs of others, their security is their own concern.
Lights, Camera, Acti-vism
The most praiseworthy effect of activism is to help us experience our collective power.
Our Top 15 Essays of 2019
In Malta, 2019 brought political crisis, but also stirred democratic mobilization. These essays, best-loved by our readers and editors, grasp the essence of the year.
Open Letter: Clean Politics, Just Society / Ittra Miftuħa: Politika Nadifa, Soċjetà Ġusta
Below is the full text of the open letter to the government of Malta from activists and engaged citizens.
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