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Call for research services

In order to develop, test and transfer a knowledge model on online hate speech and offline hate crime, SOS Malta is requesting quotations for the provision of Research Services by 8th August 2016. This research phase of the project will develop working-definitions of reference, profile the “hate-national frameworks” of Malta, and contribute to collecting qualitative/quantitative key information/data needed for the next phase.

Please find more details and the submission (section 2) in the following document: eMORE research ToR

 

 

Survey on hate speech/hate crime

Have you ever been subject to or have you witnessed episodes of hate crime, hate speech or other forms of prejudice? 
If the answer is yes, please complete this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/eMORE

 

 

For more information about eMORE: http://www.sosmalta.org/emore

 

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 Find out more about our new online service to support victims of crime, in partnership with Victim Support Malta.
Provided with financial support of the Malta Community Chest Fund.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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SOS Malta, in Collaboration with the Valletta 2018 Foundation, have launched Tal-Kultura; the volunteer programme for Valletta 2018.
 
For more information and to apply click here.
 
 

 
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SOS Malta is launching Diversitarte: a music montage workshop series, an intercultural music and singing project supported by the Creative Communities fund from the Arts Council Malta.

This project is designed for children aged 7 to 13, and aims to bring together children from different nationalities and make them share their music and songs and undertake exchanges of cultures whilst at the same time learning music and singing skills.

For more information, please click on this link: http://www.sosmalta.org/diversitarte

 

 


 

 
 
 Are you passionate about global issues and want to tell the world?
 
SOS Malta together with its LADDER partners are launching the citizen journalists initiative: creating a network of non-professional journalists from all ages dealing with development issues.
 
If you wish to know more about this initiative, follow this link: http://www.sosmalta.org/ladder
 
 


 

 




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