By Alessandra Iellamo, Eternity Uwaifo, and Chelsea Alarif In the Political Guidelines for the European Commission, President Ursula von der … More
Author: Eternity Uwaifo
An adequate minimum wage: The EU’s pledge to workers struggling under the rising cost of living.
In recent decades, low wages have not kept up with the rising prices of many member states. The COVID-19 pandemic, … More
Racism in Malta: “Not every black skin is a migrant or coming to steal a job, attack, or convert the country. We need education.”
Although growing up in Malta, Ma’ali and Omar face the plight of several other ethnic minorities. Despite the government’s 2017 … More
Migration in Malta: How the Southern European country faces a turning point in its criminalisation of refugees.
On June 26th, 2019, three African youths left the coast of Libya in search of a better life in Europe. … More
Prevent, relocate and return: Maltese politicians justify harsh immigration policy despite facing criticism from EU member states.
It was not until 2002 when 1,686 refugees crossed into Malta that migration became a priority on the country’s political … More