Cash-for-passport schemes raise issues of ‘conflict and cooperation’
An economic study into citizenship-for-sale schemes within the European
A woman among us
Internationally acclaimed British actress Natascha McElhone stepped into the
Interactive map showcases journalists killed worldwide for their stories
More than 1000 journalists were killed over the past
Malta insists migrants integrate, but denies the means
The inclusion and exclusion of immigrants in Malta takes
Global Impunity Index reports 318 journalists killed
Some 318 journalists were murdered in retaliation for their
Gaffarena loses court battle to buy third part of Old Mint Street building
A scandalous deal on a Valletta property involving developer
Breaking boundaries in search of truth
Danish artist Marie Louise Kold knows what it is
Human Rights Commissioner ‘worried’ about excessive use of force by police
The Commissioner for Human Rights of the Council of
Justice delayed: Report stresses need for concrete action on journalist’s death
The crucial need for a truly independent and impartial
Government action serving to ‘cover up’ Daphne’s assassination – John Sweeney
The assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia was a hit
Daphne Caruana Galizia, two years: schedule of events
A number of events are being organised in Malta
Caroline Muscat asks Magistrate to declare Saviour Balzan a liar
The Shift News editor has filed an application requesting
‘EU needs tools to protect journalists under threat by their own government’
The protection of journalists who are under threat, offering
One year on, Saudi journalist’s murder haunts kingdom
One year ago, Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi walked into
Daphne Caruana Galizia posthumously awarded Martin Adler Prize
Daphne Caruana Galizia will receive the first posthumous award
Portrait of Daphne Caruana Galizia unveiled in European Parliament
Danish artist Marie Louise Kold was in Sweden on
Exhibition: speaking to Daphne
A series of interview-portraits with the subjects sending a
Silvio Debono’s tower permit is vitiated due to conflict of interest – Busuttil
The validity of the Planning Authority’s approval of the
ECHR notes Azeri government’s ‘troubling pattern’ of silencing critics
The European Court of Human Rights ordered the Azerbaijan
‘No need for public inquiry into Daphne’s death’ – PM
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said there was no need
Court hears arguments on recusal of Judge Mizzi in Panama Papers’ case
The complaint by former Opposition Leader Simon Busuttil could
National mechanisms for journalist safety not enough – Press Emblem Campaign
The Press Emblem Campaign called for a “more robust
‘The fight for truth, justice and freedom is timeless’ – La Repubblica
The fight for truth, justice and freedom is timeless,
Four women killed in four months
Four women aged between 30 and 74 were brutally
Imprisoned former police officer wins €5,000 for no effective remedy about detention conditions
A former police officer who was jailed on drug-related
Hungary vote: ‘Politics of hope over the politics of fear’
The Dutch MEP who spearheaded the report that triggered
European Parliament approves start of proceedings against Hungary
The European Parliament voted in favour of initiating Article
‘Europe’s priority is to reduce irregular migration at all cost’ – report
Europe’s priority is to reduce irregular migration regardless of
Further delays in case against MV Lifeline
The court hearing against the captain of the rescue
‘Impunity’ is greatest challenge to journalists’ safety’ – Human Rights Council
The safety of journalists around the world continues to