“We have more than 20,000 … small-scale farmers growing tobacco … the industry is critical in reducing poverty levels.” Or so says an official with the Zambian Development Agency who we interviewed for our study on the political economy of trade, tobacco control and tobacco farming. He was not alone […]
migrant integration-EN Auberge d’Aragon, the 15 December 2017 are the location and date the government chose to launch its integration policy aimed at tackling the difficult issue of integration of migrants in the society. A Short document was produced and made available to the public . In its introduction, […]
The Migrant Skills Register is the pilot project of African Media Association Malta funded by the Small Initiatives Support Scheme managed by The Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector ( MCVS). The project was created with the aim of registering and storing in a database the skills of failed asylum […]
Dustin( not his real name) suffers to see his two children carrying the burden of his life. Because he is a failed asylum seeker in Malta, his children, born in the country have inherited automatically the same status. For them, it means automatic exclusion from the essential social services. A […]
Asylum seekers or ping pong balls? Watch the video.
African Media stands for Justice and Freedom of Speech. This morning in Valletta in Solidarity with Professionals of the Media who mourn Daphne Caruana Garizia.
Short and sharp: An Asylum Seeker from West Africa gives his opinion about the Assisted Voluntary Return offered by The International Organization for Migration. The Maltese Government teams in a Project with IOM. 5000 Euros are invested on each migrant who accepts the proposal. Regine Psaila
Black students at University of Stellenbosch protest against the institutions’s language policy they say discriminates against them by favouring Afrikaans. Times Media/Adrian de Kock Mashupye Herbert Maserumule, Tshwane University of Technology Foundation essay: Our foundation essays are longer than usual and take a wider look at key issues affecting society. […]
A “march against lawlessness” is scheduled on Sunday 17th September. Residents of Marsa have complained about the presence of African immigrants in the area. The Government has decided to close the Open Center for Refugees and relocate them to Hal Far. New apartments will be built on the site of […]