All Electoral candidates contesting the 2022 general election in Malta were urged to sign a declaration committing to champion children’s rights and aspirations .

The Children’s Rights Observatory Malta (CROM), which is, a collaboration, between the Malta Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society, and the Faculty for Social Wellbeing within the University of Malta invited candidates to sign an agreement to declare their political intent to push for children’s rights and child participation.

This initiative saw 68 electorial candidates come forward and pledge their will to work for children’s rights and child participation. 

Below is a list of candidates who were declared Children’s Rights Champions

Alessia Psaila Zammit

Alex Mangion

Alexia Debono

Alicia Bugeja said

Amanda Spiteri Grech

Angelo Micallef

Anthony Buttigieg

Arnold Cassola

Audrey Demicoli

Beppe Fenech Adami

Bernice Bonello

Brian Charles Decelis

Carmel Cacopardo

Carmelo Abela

Carmelo Mifsud Bonnici

Chris Agius

Chris Bonett

Chris Fearne

Claudette Buttigieg

Clifton Grima

Cressida Galea

Damian Spiteri

Dario Vella

David Agius

Davina Sammut Hili

Deo Debatista

Doris Borg

Edward Cassar Delia

Edward Zammit Lewis

Eve Borg Bonello

Felix Busuttil Galea

Fiona Borg

Francine Farrugia

Frederick Aquilina

Graziella Galea

Herbert Conti

Ivan Bartolo

Ivan Bartolo

Ivan Castillo

Jean Claude Micallef

Jose Herrera

Joseph Matthew Attard

Josephine Xuereb

Josianne Cardona Gatt

Julia Farrugia Portelli

Julie Zahra

Justin Schembri

Katya De Giovanni

Luke Caruana

Malcolm Paul Agius Galea

Mario Mallia

Mark Anthony Sammut

Mark Anthony Zerafa

Melissa Bagley

Michael Asciak

Michael Falzon

Mina Tolu

Oliver Scicluna

Omar Farrugia

Ralph Cassar

Robert Cutajar

Rodrick Galdes

Sandra Gauci

Sean Apap Meli

Silvio Schembri

Stanley Zammit

Stefan Zrinzo Azzopardi

Thomas Kass Mallia

Other Projects

Progett KomunitArja

Interfaith Children’s Dialogue

The Children’s and Young Persons’ Council