Make it Count: Coaching for Inclusion

Attention all JCI Malta members and followers! 👀 We are currently looking for delegates to attend our upcoming fully funded Erasmus+ project which will be focused on inclusive coaching. This training course will tackle the issue of inclusion and give tools to the...

JCI Growth and Development Academy 2019 – Lyon

This image has been purposely selected to show Lyon in all its beauty. In light of the 24th May 2019 attacks, JCI Malta stands against and condemns cruelty, attacks and violence. JCI Malta together with JCI hold high peace in society and strongly belief that PEACE IS...

Ballot sheet in hand…what do I do next?

As soon as you go into the polling station on Saturday and you are handed a ballot sheet, there are a series of rules you need to follow to make sure you do not invalidate your vote. Additionally, you will have plenty of cues to help you distinguish one candidate...

A day in the life of Michael Briguglio…

Following spending a day shadowing MEP candidate Michael Briguglio, Daniela Marotta recounts her experience and what she has learnt from it all! "For this event, I had the honour to shadow Mr. Briguglio, joined by Jeremy Cardona, for a day. The day started with a...

JCI Malta meets Partit Demokratiku

JCI Malta was invited to meet a number of representatives of the Democratic Party (Partit Demokratiku) in the parliament building. PD leader Godfrey Farrugia spoke about the importance of having a third voice in the Maltese parliament. He also highlighted the need of...

Why should you vote during the MEP Elections?

The European Union is composed of various institutions and in reality there are a lot of complexities that contribute to the idea of the ‘Brussels Bubble.’ An idea which effectively makes it seem that the EU is unreachable. The Lisbon Treaty attempted to divert...

All you need to know about the European Parliament

During the past few months or weeks one message has been sent loud and clear: “go out and vote during the upcoming Members of European Parliament Elections. However, how many of us know what the European Parliament does exactly? This blog is aimed at helping you...

JCI Malta + Eco Market

Hi to everyone! JCI Malta has been recently contacted by Eco Market Malta to join forces with a number of other NGOs to stand up together and give contribution toward a local environmentally-sustainable lifestyle.  Eco Market Malta is a monthly activity, usually...

I’m turning 16 this year, do I get to vote?

If you are turning 16 before the upcoming elections this year you might be wondering whether you will be eligible to vote. It turns out, that in order to be able to vote during the upcoming European Parliament and Local Council Elections, you need to be have turned...

Brexit – Discouragement for startups to expand?

On Friday 29th March, the United Kingdom will exit the European Union. This event is a certainty, irregardless of a deal or no deal scenario. This uncertainty is harming all individuals inter-connected with UK, especially businesses who operate and trade with the...

What does JCI do?

There is a limit to what governments are able to achieve in society. As responsible citizens in a globalised world, JCI members take on the challenges around them through local development initiatives. These tailored projects require members to use strategic planning and critical planning to craft creative solutions to the problems of their communities.

The original active citizens

As global citizens, we all have rights and responsibilities, as well as shared goals. Through active citizenship, we enact our sense of social responsibility to work towards these goals and benefit communities worldwide.

Our Founder, Henry Giessenbier, was the original active citizen. He took steps to engage young people in civic involvement in 1914, and JCI members worldwide have followed his lead ever since.

JCI Growth and Development Academy 2019 – Lyon

JCI Growth and Development Academy 2019 – Lyon

This image has been purposely selected to show Lyon in all its beauty. In light of the 24th May 2019 attacks, JCI Malta stands against and condemns cruelty, attacks and violence. JCI Malta together with JCI hold high peace in society and strongly belief that PEACE IS...

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We think critically about society’s greatest challenges and act on behalf of our communities to be part of the solution. We seek better solutions to build better communities, with the aim of creating a better future.

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