We Have the Power to Impact Our Future, and We’re Doing Something About It

Humanism is important because we need to realise that Human values are a worthy pursuit to ensure the success of our species and its future generations. We understand that the responsibility for ushering this new future is within our hands and our hands alone, not in the external agency of a supernatural force, and this is more understood in communities becoming more and more pluralistic. In today’s realities, Humanism is a light that shines a path to focusing on our common humanity, rather than our differences, to foster democratic dialogue in better, stronger, freer communities.

Active Campaigns


Constitution Consultation

Secularism is not about the imposition of atheism or  agnosticism, but rather calls for the separation of church and state, and equal treatment for all. We question why Catholic principles should be given legal precedence in our Constitution. Read more here

Voice For Choice Coalition

We are part of the Voice for Choice coalition. We do not promote abortion, but support women’s bodily autonomy and right to choose. Read more here

Assisted Dying

“These are not easy decisions but in the meantime, people with genuine cases are requesting euthanasia to end their suffering. The lack of this right is tantamount to torture for these people.”
“To protect the dignity and autonomy of the patient, the law needs to be precise and unambiguous – safeguarding the wellbeing of the patient and precluding the possibility of abuse.” Read more here

Body Donation

Humanists Malta fully supports and encourages the donation of bodies for the education of health professionals, and for scientific research. Read more here

Living Wills

Living Wills would enable competent adults to give instructions about the medical care which they consent to, or reject, if they are unable to make or communicate decisions at the relevant time. (They would not, of course, allow for requests for any treatment, such as assisted dying, which are contrary to law.) Read more here

Sex Education

Adolescents in Malta are sorely underinformed about safe sex and sexual health. We strongly believe that far more, unbiased and scientifically-based, sex education programmes are needed urgently in our schools. We are currently seeking funding to start a project on this.

Past Campaigns


Cremation Campaign

Since 1963 the Roman Catholic Church has not prohibited cremation unless it is chosen as a way to deny Christian teaching. With the support of Humanists Malta, cremation services have been legal here since May 2019. So far no regulations to govern crematoria have been established, but a crematorium in an extension to the Addolorata cemetery is under discussion.

Ethics Education

The Malta Humanist Association has been a strong proponent of the introduction of ethics education in Maltese schools. Unfortunately, to date, many schools remain without this option.

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Our participants are back from Romania and this is what Seana Vella had to say about their experience: "The FAB future programme was an incredible experience, made possible for us by Humanists Malta, which taught us how to integrate science and human rights education with youth from a theoretical and practical perspective. The days were full of interactive and discussion based training sessions where we further broadened our knowledge and skills with youth workers from Romania and Bulgaria. These activities were well thought out, enticing and engaged all the participants. The programme took place in Sinaia, a beautiful town in central Romania. We also went sightseeing around Romania and visited Peles Castle, Bran Castle, and Cantacuzino Castle where we further learned about Romania's history, particularly in relation to science and human rights. Overall, this was a great week, with excellent organization from Humanists Malta as well as the FAB Romania, which has opened several doors and created further opportunities of how as youth workers we can make the world a better place." ... See MoreSee Less
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Q3 Video Update

The presentation accompanying the video below can be accessed here https://youtu.be/ze8SnkeEayQ  

Our committee member Soroush has been granted refugee status

Great news! Our committee member Soroush has finally been granted refugee status. His is just one of many stories of those seeking asylum. Read his story below. ‘I am 34 years old. I had a normal early life in one of the smallest cities in Iran, but started to think...

Concerns on Malta’s freedom of religious belief (UPR Submission)

Humanists Malta co-operated with Aditus on the 4th UPR submission on Malta to a UN review of human rights in Malta, covering a number of serious concerns about Malta's commitment to justice and equality. Our contribution highlights shortcomings concerning freedom of...

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Ramon Casha Scholarship Fund

The Ramon Casha Fund was set up in 2016 to promote education to the most disadvantaged in society. The key notion being that all those who take interest in their own education should have the ability to do so freely. 

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I don’t think we should ever allow religion the trick of maintaining that; the spiritual, and the beautiful, and the noble, and the altruistic, and the morally strong, and the virtuous are in any way inventions of religion or particular, or peculiar to religion

Stephen Fry

The meaning of life is not to be discovered only after death in some hidden, mysterious realm; on the contrary, it can be found by eating the succulent fruit of The Tree of Life and by living in the here and now as fully and creatively as we can.

Paul Kurtz

Unfortunately, strong political affiliations, religious dogma, skin color, language differences and uneven wealth distribution have the power of separating us, human beings. These are cosmetic differences, some of which are unnecessary.

We are more alike than we think and if we support and tolerate one another, no matter where we come from, and if we plan for those who will succeed us, the world would be a much better place.

Vannie Pule

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