Easter confessions of Malta’s top politicians and influential figures.
Statistics for Social Justice in Malta
Lower income groups are not compensated enough for the increase in the cost of living. In other words, year after year, they are being driven into deeper poverty.
Strange Bedfellows: Education, Neoliberalism and the Need for Subversion
The neoliberal ideology has not only ensured that educational practices are being modelled on practices from business world, it has become the dominant philosophy of most educational institutions.
The Messiah Does Not Work at the EU Commission
The EU instills the state of emergency: Economic Growth at All Costs.
What is ‘Femonationalism’?
Academic Sara Farris talks about the ‘instrumentalisation’ of migrant women in Europe by right-wing nationalists – and neoliberals.
Introducing: Academia in a Neoliberal World
This set of articles will foreground themes which are not always prioritised in discussions about academia.
The Challenges of Small-Scale Fisherfolk In The Age of Total Efficiency
The competition posed by industrial fishing turns artisanal fishers into powerless spectators whose lifestyle and wellbeing are sacrificed in the name of efficiency.
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