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The year of civil society
Marching away from their elected representatives who have consistently let them down, a myriad of groups and organisations took to the streets over the last 12 months to voice their own concerns and to put their priorities on the national agenda.

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One small big woman
A year ago, the “one small woman” from Sliema galvanised civil society to take to the streets in defence of the environment in 2006, was unknown to the public. by James Debono



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EDITORIAL
The emergence of civil society



OPINION

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- Saviour Balzan

 

We do not love you Shaun
- Anna Mallia

 

Misdirected nostalgia
- Michael Falzon

 


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