Ensuring equity in tertiary education | Paul A. Bartolo
Students with disability, like most other students, aspire to experience success in their studies as well as in their engagement with the social university ecology leading to...
Analysing cultural representations of disability | Anne-Marie Callus
Intersecting disability studies with cultural studies can help us appreciate all the implications of how the representation of a character with autism in Rain Man, and many...
Foster Care: Fraught with dilemmas requiring wise judgement | Daniella Zerafa

Focusing on the dilemmas which the foster care process is fraught with, brings to light the responsibility which social agencies and Court professionals making...

Focusing on the dilemmas which the foster care process is...

When your daddy kills your mummy | Roberta Attard

To understand what happens to children when their father kills their mother, we...

To understand what happens to children when their father...

‘Haw’ Lilly!’ is the tip of the iceberg and no laughing matter | Angele Deguara

Sexual harassment is a reflection of a much broader and more serious social problem: a gendered, unequal, patriarchal society where women are considered to be...

Sexual harassment is a reflection of a much broader and...

Death becomes us: Euthanasia, for and against

Dr Christian Colombo and Joanna Onions from Humanists Malta, and lecturers...

Dr Christian Colombo and Joanna Onions from Humanists...

‘I got a two-seater so there would be less space for my hallucinations to sit with me. They are so invasive’

At 15, Matt Paris started having episodes of psychosis which he kept to himself for two years, living with voices and other hallucinations on his own, not...

At 15, Matt Paris started having episodes of psychosis...

In research and academia, the ‘personal is (still!) political’ | Maria Brown

Malta’s country’s performance gap to the EU is becoming larger. However, perhaps more worrying, is the negligible evidence on how the EU 2022...

Malta’s country’s performance gap to the EU is...

Young least likely to ditch car for public transport

Survey suggests that a third of respondents would still use their car less even...

Survey suggests that a third of respondents would still use...

Keepsakes on the journey to retirement | Patricia Bonello

Walk the talk, be humble, count your blessings, trust the process... and some...

Walk the talk, be humble, count your blessings, trust the...

Legacies for the future | Maureen Cole

A striking feature of the Faculty for Social Wellbeing has been its ability to not only respond to national debates but to also push social concerns onto the...

A striking feature of the Faculty for Social Wellbeing has...

We have come a long way… | Joseph Cacciottolo

The educational experience that the Faculty offers is learner-centred and is...

The educational experience that the Faculty offers is...

Iniala to hold fundraising dinner in aid of Puttinu Cares

On Wednesday 30 November, Iniala will hold a fundraiser in aid of...

On Wednesday 30 November, Iniala will hold a fundraiser in...

A woman helping women: Maria-Gabriele Doublesin wins Best Social & Business Care Award

Maria-Gabriele Doublesin awarded Best Social & Business Care Award (Women helping Women) at the Businesswoman of the Year Awards

Maria-Gabriele Doublesin awarded Best Social &...

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Share your views on climate change in a Maltese meet-and-greet in Qawra

Community get-together at Ronald McDonald House Charities in Qawra to discuss climate change and pollution

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Casinos without registration are still the biggest trend in Finland

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Meridianbet looks back on recent years of philanthropic initiatives

Over the past few years, betting giant Meridianbet Group has sought to...

Over the past few years, betting giant Meridianbet Group...

Energetic and spreading its wings | Prof. Carmen Sammut

At ten years of age the Faculty for Social Wellbeing is commemorating its...

At ten years of age the Faculty for Social Wellbeing is...

Social worker Frances Mallia: “I didn’t have it easy. But looking back, I believe life is what you make of it”

For a number of years Frances Mallia and Andrew Azzopardi crossed paths when they studied social work together. Prof. Azzopardi has always been fascinated by...

For a number of years Frances Mallia and Andrew Azzopardi...

Four in 10 teens say they make themselves throw up when full

Nearly two-thirds of teens and 50% of women say food dominates their life. And...

Nearly two-thirds of teens and 50% of women say food...