Tag: Commissioner for Children

Commissioner for Children calls for investment in remote learning

Reacting a parliamentary question on school attendance, the Officer of the Commissioner for Children reiterated its concerns on absenteeism as it called on all the relevant authorities to ensure that all children are guaranteed their right to education.

Commissioner for Children expresses concern about abducted girl

The Office of the Commissioner for Children has expressed its concern regarding the case of the girl who was taken out of the country illegally whilst under a care order.

Only vulnerable children should be exempt from attending school says Commissioner...

The Office is deeply concerned that if school attendance does not remain compulsory, children in living in vulnerable situations, particularly those who were regularly absent from school prior to the pandemic, will continue to fall through the net.

‘Children should be allowed to be children’ – Children’s Commissioner

The Office of the Commissioner for Children is calling for parents and relatives to allow children to remain children and to be protected from...

‘Ensure the safety of migrant children’ – Commissioner for Children

The Office of the Commissioner for Children has called on all political actors concerned, at national and European Level, to cooperate on a humanitarian...

‘Children’s Commissioner should defend lives of pre-born children’ – Doctors For...

Pro-life advocacy group Doctors for Life, is calling on the Commissioner for Children to defend the lives of pre-born children. The group makes the request...

El Hiblu 1: More information requested on why minors are held...

The Office of the Commissioner for Children has requested further information with regard to the situation of the youths arraigned over the El Hiblu...

Commissioner for Children inquires about minors in El Hiblu 1 case

The Office for the Commissioner for Children said that they have inquired about the alleged minors arraigned on Saturday in relation to the case...

Watch: ‘Theft, substance abuse and fights – Maltese youth’s most common...

The most common crimes committed by Maltese youths are theft, substance abuse and getting involved in fights, the Commissioner for Children Pauline Miceli said.Miceli...

Fostering Friendship with a picture

The IE-NO-HIKARI Association in Japan is currently organising the 26th Annual World Children’s Picture Contest with the aim of fostering friendship among children all...