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Welcome to the JCI Malta news page. Here you can learn all about our local and international projects, find our press releases and opinion pieces on how to facilitate positive change.
JCI Malta is holding its National Debating Competition on 22 August and anyone between the ages of 18 and 40 is invited to register and debate. The competition looks to find the best debaters on the island who will then represent JCI Malta at an international...
Creating skilled leaders that will revolutionise our future communities has never sounded as good as it sounds in the current circumstances the world has found itself in. JCI Malta’s aim is that of creating outstanding future leaders that have the capacity to change the world to a better place through constant and impactful action. With that in mind, JCI Malta is currently looking for volunteers to fill the below-mentioned positions for the National Board for the upcoming 2021 term. Prospective applicants will be nominated during the JCI Annual General Meeting on 18th September 2020 and once elected, all new officeholders will resume their positions starting from 1st January 2021.
In a society that is constantly leaving a huge impact on climate, most times not a positive impact, we need active people that remind us that in order for humanity to have a brighter and bigger future, it needs to also protect its environment.
A lot of the grass-root changes in society start from volunteers and humanitarians that have it in their hearts to see a better future for their communities. They see someone struggling and step in to help, no strings attached, no payments asked, just pure will to create a brighter future.
Freedom of speech is one of the main pillars of every democratic society and a journalist’s work relies solely on exercising this freedom of speech. Young journalists that push for accountability of our politicians, make society aware of all that’s going right and wrong and push for positive change deserve to be recognised too.
The Government, Lawyers and Politicians hold a very important position when it comes to making society a better place for all citizens alike. They’re the ones that are elected by the public to make changes in laws and create new support measures that will ensure a brighter future for the country. They’re the ones that will work on defending those whose voices are not being properly heard.
Many seem to underestimate the power that art has in terms of influencing people, changing beliefs and impacting positive change in society.
We want to make an even bigger impact in Malta in 2020 and are therefore looking for further volunteers to fill the below-mentioned positions for the local organisation JCI Public Speaking and Debating and the local organisation for social activities JCI Wignacourt....
Science and technology are fundamental tools to better society in this day and age. Those working hard to make use of their scientific and technological skills to make our communities a better place are worth giving recognition to.
Medical innovation is important so as to ensure that our health sector is strong and always more equipped to fight disease and medical conditions more effectively. Young people working in this life saving field should be recognised for their groundbreaking contributions.
Human rights are treasures to be safeguarded if we are to ever have a peaceful world where the whole of humanity can have a dignified life and children can envision a bright future.
Recognition is one of the most basic morale boosters anyone can give to people fighting the good fight; to those bettering society with their knowledge and skills.