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This report examines means of improving the civil rights of LGBTI persons in Malta by ending discriminatory treatment and, specifically, to consider the two options of introducing either a civil union scheme or same-sex marriage, and to make recommendations in this area. Download
1.Purpose The Peter Serracino Inglott Award will be presented annually to an individual or organisation who in the opinion of the Judging Panel appointed by TPPI makes an outstanding and significant contribution to civic thinking and engagement in a Maltese context. 2. Background Father Peter was during his lifetime one of Malta’s foremost thinkers –…
The Today Public Policy Institute, Malta’s only independent and non-partisan think-tank, today announced the details of the call for nominations for the 2016 Peter Serracino Inglott Award for Civic Thinking and Engagement in honour of the much-loved Father Peter Serracino Inglott, a founder member of the think-tank, who died in 2012. The Peter Serracino Inglott…
The entry form to the Annual Peter Serracino Inglott Award for Civic Thinking and Engagement can be found here Sign up for this opportunity no later than 30 June 2016.
This Discussion Paper proposes to identify a management solution to work towards ensuring that Malta’s remaining and protected natural landscapes are properly conserved, to protect our natural heritage and biodiversity, as well as for the economic benefit and the well-being of present and future generations. Download
The focus of this report is on environmental factors that encourage incorporation of healthy lifestyles into everyday life. Download Full Report Technical Supplements: For ease of reading and reference, these domains have been grouped into six technical booklets aimed at doctors, health specialists and those responsible for Malta’s transport and urban environment policies. Each of…
This paper is intended as a contribution to the debate about the actions that are essential to ensure that Malta, in future, will have access to sufficient water resources to meet the needs of its population and economy. Download
This Discussion paper attempts to provide an overview of certain aspects of the broadcasting sector in Malta, which may serve to inform debate which is to take place within the Constitutional Convention. Download
This report highlights the parts of the Constitution – both institutional and political – which may need revisiting with a view to stimulating a policy debate and acting as the working baseline for dialogue and discussion in a planned Constitutional Convention. Download