European Parliament reiterates its position on the lack of protection of journalists in Malta
European Parliament members have once again called on the
Press freedom organisations call on government to protect the press in Malta
On the sixth anniversary of the assassination of journalist
International experts to join The Shift for SLAPP conference
A conference organised by The Shift and supported by
Press freedom credentials on display as PBS files complaint with police against Repubblika president
The management at Malta’s public broadcaster (PBS) has filed
It is so transparent that it can’t be seen
On 28 September, the United Nations and other international
Joseph Muscat claims no need to inform the European Commission of Electrogas’ Security of Supply Agreement
During his fourth appearance before the Public Accounts Committee,
International press organisations call for stronger provisions on state advertising in the EMFA
Several organisations dedicated to media freedom and civil society
MEPs want editorial decisions better protected from political interference
The Culture and Education Committee of the European Parliament
Parliament summer recess, prime time for sneaking in legislation
When Culture Minister Owen Bonnici issued Legal Notice 201/23
Timid by design: The Standards Commissioner’s reluctance to investigate
In his latest decision, the Commissioner for Standards in
Jimmy Lai’s protest conviction only partially overturned
On Monday, Jimmy Lai and six other pro-democracy activists
Domestic violence still an urgent issue, government response still slow
A newly founded team specialising in domestic violence has
From weapon to shield: The long road to an EU law to protect your right to know
As the European Parliament, the European Council and the
European Parliament approves anti-SLAPP directive
On Tuesday, the European Parliament voted on a more
House of mirrors: Vitals, Ciantar and disinformation
The noise surrounding allegations against Carmen Ciantar, coupled with
Council’s anti-SLAPP position ‘falls far short of the original objective’ – EFJ
Press freedom organisations have expressed concern following the adoption
The Shift joins media leaders worldwide calling for the release of Jimmy Lai
The Shift and prominent media leaders worldwide have joined
Malta’s ranking in RSF’s press freedom index hits an all-time low
The World Press Freedom Index by Reporters Without Borders
Freedom of expression organisations back Aquilina’s request for protection
International freedom of expression and journalists’ organisations have issued
Police protection sought for Repubblika President Robert Aquilina
Lawyer Therese Commodini Cachia has sent a letter to
Keith Schembri’s PAC testimony stalled as constitutional case is to be filed
Joseph Muscat’s former chief of staff Keith Schembri’s third
Post-Qatargate lobbying: MEPs will have to ‘cool off’ for six months after office
The Bureau of the European Parliament yesterday adopted its
Propaganda propping up a party
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s government survives scandal after scandal.
Notarial Council condemns Manuel Cuschieri’s targeting of Robert Aquilina
The Maltese Notarial Council has strongly condemned Labour propagandist
Keith Schembri downplays his role in Electrogas project during PAC grilling
In a rare public appearance, the chief of staff
Abela’s arguments against Jean Paul Sofia public inquiry identical to Muscat’s
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s justifications for refusing to initiate
The public broadcaster’s abysmal standards on reporting violence against women
The “lack of impartiality”, as defined by our political
‘Absurd and insulting’: press organisations react to Degiorgio’s new prison leave request
International press freedom organisations and local civil society groups

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