Malta Malta


Aditus foundation, Malta Integration Network: A way forward for a National Integration Policy in Malta

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Type of publication


Geographical coverage


Area/location of interest

Not applicable - national level

Type of Institution

Civil society organisation


aditus foundation

Main Thematic Focus

Integration & inclusion Discrimination

Target Population

Migrants Public servants

Key findings

With regard to discrimination and racism, the report recommends that improved access to redress mechanisms could be guaranteed through a simplification of relevant procedures, harmonisation of equality legislation and bodies, increased and more effective powers to national equality bodies, and stronger third-party complaints mechanisms.

Other relevant recommendations also includes adding nationality as grounds for prohibited discrimination, specifically prohibiting racial profiling in national anti-discrimination legislation and introducing the concept of multiple discrimination

Methodology (Qualitative/Quantitative and exact type used, questionnaires etc)

A series of thematic meetings were held with stakeholders. Every meeting was composed of representatives of government, academia, civil society and migrant community. A networking roundtable was also organised, bringing together representatives from various Member States to discuss integration best practices and exchanges views on a possible way ahead for Malta.

Sample details and representativeness

7 meetings were held with an average of 3 representatives from each sector.

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