Refugee and migrant participation in civil society is growing, with the emergence of organisations led by the very people they seek to support. We met six individuals to discuss the power of their voice, challenges facing refugees and migrants in Malta, and how they are working to carve out a better future for their communities.
UNHCR Malta has been working with and training a group of refugees living in Gozo. Their role is to serve as focal points for integration–related information within their respective communities.
On 20th June, UNHCR Malta organised an event to mark World Refugee Day at the San Anton Palace garden, in collaboration with the President’s Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society.
Durable Solutions Associate David Castillo recounts his impressions during UNHCR Malta’s first outreach with the refugee community in Gozo.
A young woman talks to UNHCR Malta about her studies, her plans for the future, and advice for others on International Women’s Day.
A strong and confident woman, Eman is rebuilding her life in Malta with determination and her very own business.
Two women dream and rebuild their lives in Malta, despite obstacles faced.
UNHCR Malta is very proud to launch its first magazine ‘Moving Forward’, as a testament to both an enduring and changing Malta.
Authentic, friendly, and flavourful are some of the words that come to mind after a visit to ‘One Love African Bar and Restaurant’. Run by an Ethiopian couple – Muna Tefera and Samson Tariku and their Maltese partner, Walter Mallo, this vibrant reggae-themed restaurant at the centre of Msida offers a truly unique intercultural experience.