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MHREC Learns: Expert Meeting on the Stories That Move

Between the 28th-30th of November 2022, MHREC had the pleasure to attend an Expert Meeting on the Stories That Move: A Toolbox Against Discrimination organized at the Krzyzowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe, in Krzyzowa, Poland. Our team had the opportunity to meet with the Anne Frank House team members and creators of the…

Court View: Alazgarov and others v. Azerbaijan

With Court View, MHREC plans on putting the spotlight on landmark human rights cases on a regular basis in order to bring to light particular human rights issues and provide an opportunity for reflection and discussion. Alazgarov and others v. Azerbaijan (no. 32088/11) is a landmark judgment decided by the European Court of Human Rights on…

That’s a wrap! 2022 Human Rights Day

Every year on the 10th of December, the world celebrates Human Rights Day, as a reminder that in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Read all about what MHREC did on this day and how it strives to emphasis the relevance of the UDHR in all that we do in…

MHREC Learns: Volunteers discuss Discrimination

In November, the MHREC volunteer team met for an interactive session to discuss and learn more about the machinery of discrimination. MHREC’s educators made use of the Stories the Move online learning tool, more specifically Track One of Learning Path Two on Discrimination. After the discussion, the volunteer team updated themselves on some of the…

The Right to Life

In Memory of Bernice Cassar The fundamental right to life is one of the most important human rights that we, as citizens and residents of a European country, should enjoy. In our everyday life, in its good and bad, we exercise this fundamental right to life by enjoying our freedoms and accessing resources that make…

Taking Action Projects: Youth Network

MHREC is pleased to have hosted the Summer 2022 Youth Network, where youngsters got together over the course of 3 months to learn and discuss human rights issues through educational tools as prepared by our inhouse educators, as well as the online learning tool Stories That Move: A toolbox against discrimination. As their final project,…

MHREC Learns: Welcome to the Chocolate Factory Youth Exchange

By Nicole Grixti In youth exchanges supported by Erasmus+, groups of young people from different countries jointly design, prepare, and carry out a work program with a mixture of workshops, debates, role-plays, simulations, and outdoor activities. Such youth exchanges help youths develop their competencies, discover new cultures, meet new people, strengthen their values of solidarity,…

MHREC Learns: ‘Dying Planet’ Exhibition

Recently, MHREC’s team members visited the exhibition ‘Dying Planet’ at Spazju Kreattiv, Valletta. The collection of illustrations and paintings by the London-based illustrator, designer and visual artist Daniela ‘iella’ Attard represented climate anxiety and existential dread. The exhibition was divided into three parts: The first part was a passage of fourteen paintings of the Pharaoh…

Meet our Volunteers!

MHREC is happy to introduce its fantastic team of volunteers for the year 2022/2023. Keep on reading to find out more about them and see what they have to say! Nicole Hi! My name is Nicole. I am a 20-year-old student, currently sitting for my third year in the Bachelor of Law at the University…

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