Last Annual General meeting marked a new executive board in Kunsill Nazzjonali Zghazagh (KNZ) with new members and new ideas to make the welfare of youths better for our future. Due to this, KNZ has called all member organisations for a meeting with the aim of familiarising with the new executive team and to discuss their plan collectively.
The 2nd National Conference on the Wellbeing of Children focused on children’s access to justice. Four breakout sessions were formulated, with the aim of creating recommendations which the President’s Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society (PFWS) will publish. The recommendations will be passed over during the 2nd day of the conference.
Malta has been ranked the second friendliest country in the world according to a survey by InterNotions, second only to Taiwan.
It’s refreshing to hear about young people exhibiting enthusiasm towards the literary arts and it’s also quite invigorating to see that, against all odds, they would go forth and write and publish. Such a case is that of Matthew Sciriha with his debut book Road to the Throne. The book’s subtitle Rise with Honour hints at possible future releases based on the same background. This is further confirmed in the writing of the book itself.
During the second day of the Commonwealth Youth Forum, youths were given the opportunity to voice their opinions with the chance to make a difference. Sunday’s parallel sessions kicked off with Setting the Context. Six workshops were hosted by different organisations related to the forum’s agendas.
8:30 AM marked the start of the Commonwealth Youth Forum. Several speeches were given by Andrew Micallef, Victor Ochen, Gujarati Ismail, Deodat Maharaj, Ahmed Adamu,H.E. Kamalesh Sharma and Hon. Dr Joseph Muscat, opening the next few days for youths to discuss various agendas and come up with concrete proposals.
Communications students finally received their last examination result today, one week after the publishing deadline…