When we focus our arguments on the bad weather and on the Christmas season, we downplay the significance and severity of the actual issue, which then fades from the fore of public debates.
For well over a year, City Lounge has abused our common good in order to increase their own commercial activity. However, citizens have not become used to the realization that one of our fellows is abusing the common good for their own enrichment.
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.
In the situation where the state resigned from assisting the people in need, social enterprises and NGOs have no option but to tackle the issue by themselves.
Beyond the rhetoric of wellbeing, equality and social prosperity, there are many in our society who are pushed to the margins on the basis of the colour of their skin, sexual orientation or gender identity, religion, disability, or lack of access to wealth and other resources. Or because we make it difficult for them to […]
Is the worker free to choose whether to work on a holiday or not? Is it truly a free choice? And if a worker feels the need to work on a holiday to earn double instead of taking a day off, what does this suggest about the cost of living?
GWU-Youths spoke to Josef Bugeja, General Workers’ Union Secretary General, to learn more about the new proposals and how they can become laws.