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The articles hereunder form part of a content series called Ewropej. This is a multi-newsroom initiative part-funded by the European Parliament to bring the work of the EP closer to the citizens of Malta and keep them informed about matters that affect their daily lives. These articles reflect only the authors’ views. The European Parliament is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information these articles contain.

Social partners debate future of workplace in Europe conference
From zero-hour contract to hybrid workplaces, union bosses and employers map out vision of workplace in Future of EU conference
Metsola draft on European anti-SLAPP law heads for November vote
Report by Roberta Metsola and socialist MEP Tiemo Wölken approved in committee, proposes Europe-wide law protecting press from SLAPPs
[WATCH] Pegasus Project wins first Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for Journalism
European Parliament honours Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia by hosting the first award ceremony of The Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for Journalism
Depletion of fish stocks reaching irreversible levels, Sant tells plenary
Sant: nonsensical that measures intended to safeguard and rebuild fish stocks appear to serve industrial fishing interests that are source of the stock depletion
More ambitious climate targets required from EU, MEPs say
MEPs said that the EU must remain at the forefront in the fight against climate change and that they will work so that the EU’s ‘Fit for 55 in 2030’ climate...
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen for European Parliament hearing
Haugen said Facebook had built a machine through algorithms that operates on a basis wherein content that gives a dopamine kick to users is spread and amplified


First Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for Journalism to be awarded

European Parliament will honour Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana...

European Parliament will honour Maltese journalist Daphne...

Record gas prices in Europe alarm MEPs as Gazprom cuts EU exports

The rise in energy prices across Europe, prompted by record-high gas prices,...

The rise in energy prices across Europe, prompted by...

Pandora Papers: Casa calls for action against secret offshore companies

Casa: With the Pandora Papers, we are once again reminded of how far powerful people go, to avoid scrutiny over funds at their disposal and their provenance

Casa: With the Pandora Papers, we are once again reminded...

EPP refuses call to ban public facial recognition systems for policing

MEPs for the first time call for a moratorium on the deployment of facial recognition systems for law enforcement purposes

MEPs for the first time call for a moratorium on the...

‘The European Union is not a bank’ | Iratxe Garcia-Perez

Socialist MEPs are currently in Malta for an external conference entitled...

Socialist MEPs are currently in Malta for an external...

MEPs hear NGOs on Hungarian state of rule of law and attack on minority rights

MEPs on rule of law missino to Hungary, long accused of deterioration in rule of law and attack on minority rights

MEPs on rule of law missino to Hungary, long accused of...

Socialist MEPs talk environment, youth and the digital transition during Malta conference

The citizens event saw several youth stakehodlers voice their opinions and proposals on the future of Europe

The citizens event saw several youth stakehodlers voice...

MEPs ask for part of Frontex budget to be frozen over lack of rights monitoring system

Frontex suffering from unresolved issues in operations in fighting illegal immigration and cross-border crime

Frontex suffering from unresolved issues in operations in...

Push to hydrogen intensifies with MEP vote on which energy projects get EU cash

MEPs want EU money to go to projects that repurpose existing natural gas infrastructure for hydrogen transport or storage

MEPs want EU money to go to projects that repurpose...

Malta is exploring free public transport for all by 2030, Minister tells European socialists

Aaron Farrugia talks public transport and green public procurement in a working group organised by S&D

Aaron Farrugia talks public transport and green public...

After COVID’s devastating effect on arts, MEPs propose minimum working conditions for artists

MEPs want European Commission to create a “European Status of the Artist” setting out a common framework for working conditions and...

MEPs want European Commission to create a...

Cyrus Engerer appointed EU Rapporteur on climate change legislation

Maltese MEP will be negotiating emissions trading scheme allowances, as part of...

Maltese MEP will be negotiating emissions trading scheme...

Sant dubs Afghanistan ‘a second Vietnam’ but warns against calls for EU defence union

Difficult rapprochement for West, says Sant: ‘Vietnamese communists were always inspired by emancipation… Afghan leadership locked into...

Difficult rapprochement for West, says Sant:...

Classical music from young musicians’ ensemble Tektek Nota! in Valletta

Tnax-Il Stilla will consist of a mix of 12 well-known, uncharted or lesser-known classical composers hailing from different countries within the European Union

Tnax-Il Stilla will consist of a mix of 12 well-known,...

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