This campaign, which started in response to the government’s decision to review the rules regulating the renewal of THPN, brings together NGOs and individuals who are committed to work for a society where all are able to live with dignity.
All of the organizations and individuals supporting this campaign believe that creating in our midst a community of people with less rights, who are vulnerable to abuse and forced to live in poverty and insecurity, is not only morally wrong, but also undermines the common good of our society.
Respect for human dignity and fundamental rights
Legal certainty and security
Government should respect its freely assumed commitments
Safeguarding the common good
This campaign is calling for a much needed forward-looking debate between all stakeholders, about the best way to deal with the reality of rejected asylum seekers who are living in our midst, and for concrete action by the government to address this reality. Continue reading “Context & Background”
The Campaign is being coordinated by the Jesuit Refugee Service, aditus foundation and Integra foundation, in collaboration with several other organizations, civil society and concerned individuals.
Continue reading “About Us”
What is THPN?
Who are the people with THPN?
What are you referring to when calling for ‘a legal pathway to regularisation’?
Why can’t people who have THPN just apply for a Single Permit?
Stella has been living in Malta with her daughter since 2005. Even though she has no protection, she has done her utmost to integrate, worked hard and considers Malta as her home.
Alrashid has been living in Malta for the past 12 years, he has been working in the construction industry for many years and sees Malta as his home, however, he has no legal status and very limited rights.