Evarist
Bartolo

Evarist Bartolo is Minister for Foreign Affairs

English language teaching, a success story
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English language teaching has now become a stand-alone pillar and a niche...
Addressing the skills deficit
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Employers said: ‘we need employees to be proficient and technically...
The EU’s self-defeating austerity
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There are real grievances which demagogues have been able to cunningly exploit
A homeless man sleeping on Liberace’s star
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A sustainable mix of the different forms of development has to be achieved...
There’s Brexit riches in education too
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In all this Brexit turbulence, Malta has also started to see interest from UK...
Bringing education into the 21st century
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In the proposed setup, the role and function of schools have improved; schools...
Thank you, Juanito
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We worked very well together for the last three years to improve the education...
Words can kill
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The language of politics has become one of shouting, name-calling and...
Not to appoint cronies
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The time has come to start thinking of raising the bar on our...
Protecting us from ourselves
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We have to work hard at behaving ethically in our public duty
Poverty destroys children
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Child poverty is rife among low-income families and this is primarily because...
Children with nowhere to go
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Between 2000 and 2010, 31 juveniles, predominantly males, spent time at the...
The politics of  anti-politics
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Rather than putting our heads together for the benefit of the country, it seems...
Dear Michael ... (an open letter)
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An open letter to Michael Falzon: The country needs politicians as much as it...
Creating more jobs
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Generating inclusive employment opportunities was highlighted in our election...
When brothers kill each other
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The current political climate and the tone with which we deliver our speeches...
Being judged for our integrity
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Is it correct behaviour for the chairman of Malta’s financial services...
Looking forward to Pietà Papers
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It should become a criminal offence punishable by hefty fines and imprisonment...
The PN’s ‘divine right to govern’
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Even Grillo was taken to court for slander. Will Manfred Weber say...
On Simon Busuttil’s transparency
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The PN is finding it very hard to break away from the tradition it has built...