From my article in The Sunday Times today:
“This Wednesday, we are showing a documentary on Daphne’s investigations and how those stories turned out after she was killed for writing them. On Saturday evening, world-renowned journalist Carole Cadwalladr will speak about journalism in eroding democracies, where ever-more autocratic governments clip the wings of free speech to mobilise blinded popular support. Both events are being held at the university’s Valletta campus. Register on [email protected] to attend.
“On Sunday, October 16, after a day of events of remembrance, join us outside parliament at 6.30pm. We’ll march together with Daphne’s family, Giovanni Falcone’s sister, Maria, the European Parliament’s president, Roberta Metsola, representatives from global free-speech organisations and other women and men who refuse to be blown away, to shut up, to allow the swagger of impunity to march over their sense of citizenship and their desire for right to prevail over wrong.”