From ‘civil rights champions’ to denying citizens the right to protest 
The right to protest is one of the cornerstones
‘You can cover up all the monuments, but we’ll still be here’
Citizens voiced their determination to keep up the struggle
Activists undeterred by government’s latest attempt to ‘kill Daphne’s memory’
The Great Siege monument which for the past year
Calls for justice: 10 months since Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination
Activists joined family members of assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana
Government handed “red card” at Castille protest
There was enough evidence to know that Prime Minister
UPDATED: Citizen action seven months since Daphne’s assassination
Updated with information that the banners put up overnight
UPDATED: Thousands gather for ‘justice and truth’ protest in Valletta
Thousands walked down Merchant Street and Republic Street in
Civil society organisations call for end of culture of impunity
Civil Society Network, Occupy Justice, il-Kenniesa and l-Awturi publicly
‘We will not be silenced,’ activists warn Muscat
Activists calling for justice for murdered journalist Daphne Caruana
UPDATED | ‘Who killed Daphne?’ banners removed at night
Banners and billboards erected by activists on Friday calling
Refusing oppression, not dissent
“What is a rebel? A man who says no,
Three months since Daphne’s assassination: calls to end impunity
Three months’ since the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana
Two months since Daphne’s death
A mass was held today at Bidnija church organised
After Daphne’s execution: The rise of civil society
Two consecutive national demonstrations organised by Civil Society Network
Daphne: One month, zero change
Women lead a number of events today renewing civil
The real war on truth
“The Ministry of Truth contained, it was said, three
What women are still up against
Former GWU chief Tony Zarb’s comments were just the
The time for civil society is now
The assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia is a