International Day of Older Persons – 1 October
We are fortunate to have older people around us, whether they are family, friends, or simply acquaintances. Older people are fonts of knowledge, experience, and storytelling. They can motivate us to keep working — or they can warn us of dangers we aren't aware of. We...
The Work-Life Balance for Parents and Carers Regulations, 2022. Applications and related Information published Online.
Fostering Leave Trust Claim Both female and male employees are entitled for four months each per child as Fostering leave. which has to be taken until the child has attained 8 years of age. The first two (2) months or eight (8) weeks are non-transferable and are...
Providing Access to Our Services
As we continue to welcome customers to our offices for in-person assistance, we also encourage you to conduct your business online, if possible; by visiting our website. Our online services are safe and easy to use. Going online can save you from having to visit a...
Clear writing in the Public Service – The Social Dimension
The Ministry for Social Policy and Children’s Rights, in collaboration with the Representation of the European Commission in Malta, organized a conference aimed at the importance of improving and simplifying communication with the general public, with the aim of be...
An event commemorating the 66th anniversary of the establishment of Social Security in Malta, organized by the Department of Social Security.
A wonderful occasion for all employees to come together and share their experiences and thoughts. Minister Michael Falzon, Permanent Secretary Mark Musu, and all of the Ministry for Social Policy and the Children's Rights directors and employees deserve thanks.
The International Relations Unit has achieved the Quality Award
The Quality Award is a distinction awarded to departments and entities within the Public Administration, whose service delivery to customers reaches those standards of service defined through the 4 Pillars (voice and understanding the customer, design and...
Palazzo Ferreria is the first old building to find on your left as soon as you enter Valletta. It is so called because it has been built instead of the Knights’ brewery of the Order of St John. It was completed in 1880 and built to be the family home of the original owners, namely Buttigieg and Camilleri, as evidenced by the two façade heraldic panels. The videos below on history, restoration and façade illumination project followed.
A Historical Overview of Palazzo Ferreria – (video in Maltese version only)
Overview of the Restoration of Palazzo Ferreria – (video in Maltese version only)
Inauguration of Palazzo Ferreria Factory Light Project – (video in Maltese version only)