Founded in 2013, Malta Model United Nations Society (MaltMUN) has been striving hard to provide an environment for its members to work upon their professional and leadership skills in order to participate in the Model United Nations (MUN) events that happen all around the world.
As negotiations on the Digital Single Market continue to develop, MEPs are discussing new reforms which could see the internal market enter the digital sphere to topple persisting barriers to trade.
Thanks to yet another collaboration between Maltese MEPs and KSU, a group of eighteen Junior College and University students were recently given the opportunity to visit the European Parliament in Brussels.
It’s not every day you get the unique opportunity to participate in a one-week internship with an MEP at the European Parliament in Brussels, so having a day left to spare I took the liberty of making a quick trip to Bruges, which houses thousands of European postgraduate students at the College of Europe every year.
Following months of ongoing hard work, Gender Equality Malta has decided it’s time to hold a joint celebration of graduation monthand the morning after pill success, to unwind for a night and recharge for many more projects to come. That’s why we’re inviting you to come over to the Anvil Pub in Paceville on Saturday 12th November for some themed drinks and party games.
Meet Aarti Shah, a young Londoner currently studying Medicine at the University of Malta. As an international student, Shah decided to create a home away from home by setting up Bollywood Malta to communicate her love for dance and to share her passion for Hindu culture with others.
A new edition of the Poetry in Potato Bags project, organised by Valletta 2018 and Leeuwarden 2018 and led by Inizjamed, will be running a programme on the 20th and 21st of October which seeks to unite the two co-European Capitals of Culture on a literary and agricultural level.
Following last year’s successful Crossroads campaign, JEF Malta came through with a brand new initiative, Zero Hour, which aims to immediately tackle make or break issues such as the migration crisis, terrorism and populism threatening to dismantle the European Union. JEF hopes to address these problems by strengthening communication between decision-makers and young people who may feel disillusioned and distanced from the EU.
For the first time ever, Malta Medical Students’ Association (MMSA) embraced cultural diversity by celebrating the Hindu festival ‘Navratri’ on the 9th of October.
If you’d like to get some insight into the inner workings of the European Parliament, the procedure behind its legislative decisions and plenary sessions, then a European Parliament traineeship is the next step for you.