Your Right to Know: The Shift, RSF and Daphne Foundation to debate FOI abuse
The Shift will be holding a public debate on
Prime minister urged to publish proposals for press freedom reform
The Shift has joined over a hundred individuals, including
Press freedom organisations welcome European Media Freedom Act but call for strengthening
Following the European Commission’s unveiling of the European Media
Malta registers nine media freedom violations in the first half of 2022
The government’s attempts to block access to information and
Impact of the EU Media Freedom Act on Malta’s landscape
A leaked copy of the draft Media Freedom Act
The destruction of the environment is unconstitutional
The public’s reaction to the government’s launch of a
‘The magistrate turned her guns on us’: Repubblika takes Pilatus case to Constitutional Court
Repubblika filed an application in the Constitutional Court arguing
Persistence pays
Despite the efforts the authorities devote to burying information
The curious case of those who know nothing
How many times must we witness the very people
More than half of businesses negatively impacted by inflation – MEA survey
More than half of local businesses are concerned about
Social media experiment shows promise in the fight against misinformation
Emotionally charged language, personal attacks, false comparisons, and deliberate
Disinformation watch: Populist statements that do not address the real issues
The statement by the opposition Nationalist Party’s home affairs
High time for parliament to go full time
Parliament’s 14th legislature, which started in May with Robert
Wanted: A leader to lead, starting yesterday
Our prime minister’s prolonged absence from public engagement is
The change we demand
One of the most revealing comments about Malta was
Time to bin the ‘serenity’ and ‘peace of mind’ clichés
The survey published by US analytics company Gallup that
Scrutiny as ‘attack’: Propaganda’s warped perspective
The reaction by party propagandists to The Shift’s report
Electoral Commission lacks political will, resources to regulate campaign financing – OSCE
Malta’s Electoral Commission cannot act as an effective regulator
Roberta Metsola urged to rein in tech lobbyists following Uber files revelations
German MEP Daniel Freund has asked European Parliament President
The Shift’s reporting ‘a matter of public interest done in the public interest’, court rules
The Shift’s founder and editor Caroline Muscat and Matthew
Press Freedom NGOs call for maximum punishment for Daphne Caruana Galizia killers
International press freedom organisations have called for the maximum
‘The extent of preventable loss of life and human suffering at international borders remains alarming’ – UN
The “regrettable trend” of the legitimisation of push-back practices
Conflicts of interest 101: crucial lessons for Malta’s oblivious politicians
The denials from Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo and Gozo
Researchers stress urgent need for Malta food security plan
As food prices continue to soar, the heavy reliance
An important day for press freedom: journalist Carole Cadwalladr wins landmark libel case
The founder of the Leave.EU campaign group Arron Banks has
Help or leverage? Government’s opacity with media funding raises questions
The news that an Italian court handed a prison
European law enforcement steps in when Malta’s institutions fail to act
The list of cases where European law enforcement authorities
Robert Abela’s alternate reality on Twitter
Twitter, along with other social media platforms, often forms

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