Sara* fled persecution in her country and was granted international protection in Malta.
New UNHCR Malta magazine contains human interest stories, articles, opinion pieces and information about the experiences of refugees and asylum-seekers in Malta.
The first edition of Musicommunity was a great success. UNHCR Malta reflects on a lively night of music and dance, which was organised by Hal Far Outreach at the Peace Lab in Hal Far.
Mahat describes his journey to safety, the tragedy that forced him to flee Somalia, and the harrowing conditions he endured in Libya before being rescued at sea.
Nawras is a hardworking dog trainer in Malta, dedicating his time to improving the behaviour of some of the country’s most lovable pets.
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.