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Gozo And Migration: What is the link between a drop and an ocean?

submitted by Sacred Heart Minor Seminary Gozo : John Paul Mercieca Saliba  for 15-18
dissemination(s): website
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What is the link between the small island of Gozo and migration? What role does this droplet has with a phenomenon the size of an ocean? This article will assess the linkages between the two along with raising welfare related issues.

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Why … why be racist?

submitted by St Ignatius College Handaq Secondary School : Jael Micallef  for 11-14
dissemination(s): other, school noticeboard
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When we’re discriminating we’re treating a person differently because of what they do, are or believe in. Religious discrimination is a big problem in our society. It has existed since a long time ago and has led to religious persecution. Even in a society where freedom of religion is a constitutional right there’s religious discrimination. But why, why do people choose not to accept different beliefs? Aren’t they normal like any other? So what if they believe in different entities? Let them believe in what they want. As long as they don’t hurt anyone, it isn’t a problem, right? Psychologists say that the solution to racism is the ‘enlightenment values’ which is the humankind’s release from its self-secured immaturity. Enlightenment is the process of undertaking to think for oneself, to employ and rely on one’s own intellectual capacities in determining on what to believe and how to act .



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If nature had a voice

submitted by Handaq Secondary School St.Ignatius College : Michela Calleja  for 11-14
dissemination(s): other, School noticeboard & Seabreeze Hotel noticeboard
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If nature had a voice she would beg us to respect the environment, she would tell us that it prefers the part of the photo in the background where people are happy to enjoy their surroundings and that it dislikes the close up littered view. Let’s make nature happy! Never litter!



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Let’s try to save the last few that are still alive

submitted by St Ignatius College Handaq Secondary School : Anthea Ellul  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper
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This article investigates the threat faced by palm trees in Malta. It explores the point of view of the Plant Health Directorate, a gardenist and an importer.

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An enlightening experience

submitted by Handaq Secondary School St.Ignatius College : Veronika Sytnyk  for 11-14
dissemination(s): other, school noticeboard
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This article depicts education as a movement from darkness to light, because it gives students with different backgrounds the chance of becoming whoever they wish to be. It is an investigation into how schools can make a greater difference in the lives of ALL students.

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