Respect to the fallen

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2020-10-16T17:34:26+02:00Fri, 16th Oct '20, 17:34|

On the third anniversary of Daphne's death we ask how long we must wait for impunity to end and justice to be served. But that's not just because we thirst to see those responsible paying their dues to the society they have taken so much from. It's also because we're looking forward to what comes [...]

WATCH: The state of journalism discussed on 3rd anniversary of the killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia

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2020-10-17T08:39:34+02:00Fri, 16th Oct '20, 17:10|

Italian journalists led by the president of the Italian Federation of Journalists gathered today on a bus stop in the northern town of Ronchi dei Legionari to inaugurate street art in honour of Daphne Caruana Galizia. The 'murales' is composed of newspaper cuttings reporting the killing of Daphne and other journalists worldwide. People holding up [...]

#occupyjustice: The return of 3 billboards

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2020-10-16T08:16:50+02:00Fri, 16th Oct '20, 08:16|

Statement by #occupyjustice On the 16 February 2018, #occupyjustice engaged contractors to mount three billboards inspired by the Oscar-nominated movie Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, in which an anguished mother seeks justice for her murdered daughter. A few hours after the billboards were put up, the government, then led by Joseph Muscat and Keith Schembri, [...]

DON’T MISS IT TONIGHT: When They Come Undone

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2020-10-16T08:12:52+02:00Fri, 16th Oct '20, 08:12|

Three years ago today, Daphne Caruana Galizia, investigative journalist and anti-corruption blogger, was killed by car bomb just outside her home in Bidnija. Her assassination sparked a campaign of civil society activism and independent, collaborative journalism in pursuit of truthful answers to the questions of who killed Daphne Caruana Galizia, how and why and in [...]

GUEST POST: The abnormal made normal

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2020-10-16T08:09:01+02:00Fri, 16th Oct '20, 08:09|

The author is known to me and also knows what he's talking about because in an earlier stage of his life he was a career diplomat. Back when such a thing was conceivable. Carmelo Abela said that it is normal to move people around when challenged on the recall of Andrew Caruana Galizia from India. What utter [...]

GUEST POST: Tempus fugit

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2020-10-16T08:04:00+02:00Fri, 16th Oct '20, 08:04|

“A week is a long time in politics.” The quotation is attributed to Harold Wilson, and was probably first said at a lobby briefing for journalists at the time of the sterling crisis in 1964. Interestingly, as Nigel Rees writes in Brewer’s Quotations records, Wilson himself, when asked just after his retirement as Prime Minister in 1977, [...]