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There is more domestic violence than you think!

submitted by Saint Francis Secondary, Sliema : Marie Buhagiar, Maya Callus, Amy Caruana, Micaela Catania, Kayleigh Grech, Julia Pace, Michela Tonna  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper,website,other,Hardcopy in school foyer
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Our study examines people’s attitudes towards domestic violence in our society. Our aim is to raise awareness about domestic violence and how it can be reduced, thus leading to sustainable development in the human environment. We have gained another perspective on the realities of the situation, and we hope this report will both educate and raise awareness about domestic violence.

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Maltese cities and their effect on the environment

submitted by Saint Francis Secondary, Sliema : Maria Katrina Carabott, Jade Kelly Cassar, Michela Debono, Giulia Dimech  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper,website,other,Hardcopy in school foyer
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This is an article aiming to discover the public’s opinion about high buildings in Maltese Cities, how many people had a high building in their hometown and the problem of pollution in the cities and the damage it is causing. People are increasingly suffering from diseases related to pollution, such as the exhaust that is released from cars, and we wanted to investigate possible solutions to this problem.

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A Changing Society as a Result of Immigration

submitted by Saint Francis Secondary School Sliema : Hailey Camilleri, Chanel Cassar, Kylie Psaila, Hayley Schembri, Christine Tabone  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper,website,other,Printed copy in school foyer
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In this quantitative research, the attitude towards Maltese people towards migtants and migration is investigated. A number of pros and cons were outlined and discussed.

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Stop Animal Abuse

submitted by Saint Francis Secondary School Sliema : Busuttil Mariah, Falzon Justyne, Mallia Erika, Perry Emma  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper,website,other,On display at school foyer
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It is impossible to stop animal abuse completely, but it is really important to take action, and that is what we are trying to portray in this article. Investigation involves a quantitative research and a thorough evaluation

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Open a Window for Peace

submitted by St Margaret College Secondary School Verdala Cospicua : Georgie Maria Degabriele, Ilenia Grech, Kyle Dalli, Mariah Sciberras, Negai Galea, Neville Coleiro, Yasmin Cassar Flores  for 11-14
dissemination(s): other, School Exhibition; Passed on EO for Social Studies; GTA DVD, school magazine, school media, website
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The Students’ Council at our school wanted to create a game related to the theme of ‘Peace and Harmony’ which was the theme of our annual exhibition this year. The students met regularly to discuss ideas for a game that could promote peace and make their peers better aware of various processes that help reduce conflict and establish peace. The Students’ Council also wanted to introduce the school to Computer Games that may lead students to better understanding of Global Conflicts, like Global Conflicts: Palestine and Global Conflicts: Child Soldiers. Gaming is fun but it may also be a first step to opening a window for Peace.

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