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MFPA newsletter 04

This fourth issues continues to present more member organisations of MPFA. It features two of the Federation’s Allied Healthcare professional organisations: the Association of Podiatrists Malta and the Malta Association of Occupational Therapists. We are providing information about the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), where MFPA’s president Ben Rizzo, represents Malta in the EESC’s Group III (Diversity Group) representing NGO’s in Europe. MPFA often embarked on projects related to professional ethics. In 2018 it carried out research, regarding this topic, whose findings presented a lot of food for thought. We will be sharing with you these findings in detail in this issue and in following ones.

This newsletter is part of a project funded through the Voluntary Organisations Project Scheme managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector on behalf of Parliamentary Secretary for Sports, Recreation and Voluntary Organisations within the Ministry for Inclusion and Social Wellbeing.

MFPA Newsletter 03

Dear readers

The third issue offers information about MFPA’s international affiliations and a glimpse of the projects it implemented in the past. You will also find information about another member organisastion, the Malta Association of the Counselling Profession, as well as the two letters sent to MFPA by the Director General of the European Council of the Liberal Professions (CEPLIS), Theodoros Koutroubas and the President of Confprofessioni, Gaetano Stella.

This newsletter is part of a project funded through the Voluntary Organisations Project Scheme managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector on behalf of Parliamentary Secretary for Sports, Recreation and Voluntary Organisations within the Ministry for Inclusion and Social Wellbeing.

MFPA Newsletter Issue 02/21

Dear readers

This second issue has an address from the new President of MFPA, Mr Benjamin Rizzo, who was elected during the last Annual General Meeting in April 2021. The two member organisations featuring in this issue are the Malta institute of Accountants and the Kamra tal-Ispizjara ta’ Malta, both of which where founding members of MFPA. We are also providing some information about the history, aims and objectives of MFPA.

This newsletter is part of a project funded through the Voluntary Organisations Project Scheme managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector on behalf of Parliamentary Secretary for Sports, Recreation and Voluntary Organisations within the Ministry for Inclusion and Social Wellbeing.

MFPA newsletter issue 01/21

Welcome to the first issue of the Malta Federation of Professional Association’s newsletter. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the federation. The aim of this newsletter is to provide information about its 17 member organisations, as well as provide information about events, activities and research held both by MFPA and its member organisations, as well as any information pertaining to professionals.

This newsletter is part of a project funded through the Voluntary Organisations Project Scheme managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector on behalf of Parliamentary Secretary for Sports, Recreation and Voluntary Organisations within the Ministry for Inclusion and Social Wellbeing.