Are you a strong believer in democracy and access to information? Are you curious about best practices of good governance on a European level? Register now!
During recent years, examples of bad governance, such as the Panama Papers, the Luxleaks, Dieselgate as well as the Paradise Papers, and so forth, have emerged and raised questions about the rule of law, and fueled the rise of populism and EU scepticism. Not the least, Malta, the smallest of the European Member states, has come to the fore as a prominent journalist, who was investigating the Panama papers, was murdered in 2017.
An exchange on best practices of good governance on a European level is therefore urgently needed.
About the event
The one-day conference will discuss good governance in Malta and in the EU. Amongst other topics, the role of public services in Malta and the current state of play of governance in the European Union will be addressed. This project will enable participants to discuss issues and the way forward both on a local and EU level.
This public event will gather Green politicians and activists, civil society activists and journalists to discuss these matters while providing a platform for networking among Greens and civil society organisations active in the field.
A draft programme will be availabe on this page soon as well as via the Facebook event.
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