‘Malta must uphold right to expression and assembly’
The removal of the protest memorial set up for
‘Who is protecting the murderers?’
After almost seven years of the Labour Party in
WATCH: 26 months since Daphne’s assassination, why the memorial matters
Today marks 26 months since the assassination of journalist
Government won’t say how much is spent clearing memorial
The government has refused to answer a freedom of
‘When a journalist dies, a whole chunk of democracy dies’ – Sandro Ruotolo
Renowned Italian journalist Sandro Ruotolo has condemned the Maltese
Individuals target Daphne Caruana Galizia protest memorial
The portrait of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, placed at
Daphne under the Satanists’ Sun
It is time to make amends. I have long
Why all the flowers go
Another vigil, another clean sweep of the flowers and
‘What happened to the masterminds?’
At the vigil marking 16 months since the assassination
Love locks for your country, truth and justice
Activist group Kenniesa placed 40 poinsettias at the foot
Protest messages, candles and flowers removed yet again
The messages, candles and flowers laid at the foot
What’s in your head, Zombie?
There’s a process in linguistics known as fossilisation, in
Activist assaulted while laying flowers for Daphne Caruana Galizia
An activist was assaulted while laying flowers and candles
Malta for Dummies #10: Bending the rules
In Malta, where everything is upside down and topsy-turvy,
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s protest memorial cleared again
Three days after the first anniversary of journalist Daphne
‘Malta is not living up to its obligation to guarantee freedom of expression’
International press freedom organisations have urged the Maltese government
International press freedom NGOs visit protest site blocked off by government
Representatives of leading names in international organisations working on
The State of Siege
“Isn’t it fascinating that Nazis always manage to adopt
Malta for dummies #3: The cleansing of memory
At the risk of boring our long-suffering European dummy,
Activists take their call for justice to Minister’s door
Activists from Occupy Justice said no barriers would stop
Government clears memorial (again) and puts up its own banner
In what has become a ridiculous show of force
‘You can cover up all the monuments, but we’ll still be here’
Citizens voiced their determination to keep up the struggle
The call for justice will not be silenced
I was discussing the situation in Malta with a
Disinformation Watch #18: Freedom, justice and Owen Bonnici’s empty words
Following Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government Owen
Malta for dummies #2: The rule of force
In Malta, where everything is upside down and topsy-turvy,
An act of resistance
There’s a scene in a film called Matilda –
It’s not freedom when you have no choice
Public land does not stop being public just because
Of witches, misogyny and lessons from history
Of all the insults Daphne Caruana Galizia had to
Seven memorials for slain journalist replace one blocked off by government
Activists have reacted to the government’s cordoning-off the makeshift