Here is our fourth quarter presentation update from 2020
Volunteer with us!
Volunteering can be a highly rewarding experience. Our work is varied and we are involved in several humanist missions. Let us know what you feel passionate about and we’ll help you bring out the best in yourself!
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By becoming a member you support our cause and get to vote in the Annual General Meeting
“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.”
Call for Consultation on Reform
Our Opinion on the Maltese Constitution
The Malta Humanist Association called on its members to share their thoughts on how the Constitution of Malta could be amended to make it more relevant to modern Maltese society. Much of the debate centred around Article 2 which provides the legal framework for the close relationship between State and Church. Read a summary of that debate representing the collective position of the MHA on the matter.
Call for Consultation to Legalise
Cremation Services Malta
Humanism is an ethical worldview beyond the belief in the supernatural, and as such, we value the legacy of our beloved deceased, and the legacy that we ourselves leave behind which we believe to be the only real afterlife there is. To quote Carl Sagan, “to live in the hearts we leave behind is to live forever.” This is why, for example, one of our main missions is to provide the service for humanist ceremonies to those who ask for it, provided by trained celebrants, to mark important milestones in our lives in a very meaningful way, including providing meaningful funeral ceremonies.
Education & Ethics
In 2012, the latest National Curriculum Framework, drafted upon national consultation, was published. The Malta Humanist Association participated in that consultation, suggesting that ethics be taught in schools from a secular and philosophical perspective. This suggestion was supported nationally even through teacher consultation and the teaching of ethics in schools not only became legally binding in the curriculum, but has also been implemented over the past 4 years. Teachers have been trained and 2018 was the first time that students sat for a MATSEC exam in Ethics.