What's On!

What's On!

An Invitation to all Maltese Youth Living Abroad

I want to CONNECT – pre-1st virtual Youth Forum Questionnaire

At this momentous time, speaking about globalisation and the eradication of borders is merely a rapidly evolving reality which is affecting each and every one of us. In this regard, the significance of being Maltese takes a universal dimension, not only because it is supposed to be so, but more so because it has always been like that and what we are doing now is the result of past decisions which we need to understand, appreciate, and use to move forward.

Being Maltese is foremost because we are citizens of the world, and are citizens of the world because we happen to be connected to a cultural reality which in our case is Malta. The Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs is inviting you to fill in the following questionnaire ahead of the 1st Virtual Youth Forum, which aims to connect by sharing of ideas to be able to build a better future together.

Here's the link to the form "Virtual Youth Forum - I WANT TO CONNECT":




Aġenzija Żgħażagħ launches its new podcast series 'Roots & Routes' 

This initiative seeks to establish and enhance connections with young Maltese living abroad.  Interviews now available through the following link: 




February 10, 2021, marked the 50th anniversary since the laying of the foundation stone of Dar l-Emigrant, Castille Place, Valletta.

“A permanent symbol of this country’s tribute to Maltese emigrants and a monument witnessing Malta’s bond with them” 
(Charles Buttigieg, February 13, 2021)

“The history of migration from these islands, especially post-war migration, is now to a great extent the history of the Emigrants’ Commission. That commission was providentially fortunate in that,  since 1953, it has had as its driving force Mgr Philip Calleja, who, since then, has dedicated his priestly life to migrants and to all people whose life has been affected by emigration.”
(Fr Lawrence Attard OP, June 24, 1975)





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University of Malta: An introduction to the Maltese Language
 
For more information you are invited to visit the following web site:


MAL0011 - An Introduction to the Maltese Language 1: Survival Level
Lectures will be online on ZOOM every Mondays between 09:00 - 11:00. (Timetable is subject to change)

MAL0012 - An Introduction to the Maltese Language 2: Basic Level
Lectures will be held online on ZOOM every Thursday between 12:00 - 14:00. (Timetable is subject to change)

Kindly note that the above online course is against standard payment.​




Learning Maltese interactive resources
Address
Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs
Palazzo Parisio
Merchants Street
Valletta, VLT 1171
Malta
18, Zachary Street
Valletta
Malta
331, Allied House
St. Paul Street,
Valletta, VLT 1211
Malta
172, Melita Street
Valletta
Malta

Telephone
2124 2191
2124 2191

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Parliamentary Secretary for EU Funds
33, House of Catalunya,
Marsamxett Road,
Valletta, VLT 1850
Malta

Telephone
+356 2295 7500

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