Photography Light


UpGrad_Me 2.0

UpGrad_Me 2.0 is the continuation of UpGrad_Me project, which promoted self branding through a video CV using a mobile phone. The gamified experience brings innovation to the project by providing a context for understanding through experience.


Turning The Tables 

Turning the Tables (TTT) is a migrant led initiative which aims to tackle integration related matters leading to policy changes.

An important aspect of the project is that it encourages the host country and newcomers to integrate, live and work together to maximise the sense of belonging for migrants residing in Malta and to allow integration in the Maltese society.​​

The project  is superviced by the  Intercultural and Anti-Racism Unit - part of the Human Rights Directorate.

TTT Logo Final.png


The program SuccessStoryRAS aims to celebrate the success stories of refugees/asylum seekers in Malta by specifically highlighting the triumphs that they achieved following their arrival in Malta.



UpGrad_Me, is a resource for youth workers to help migrant youths utilise social media for personal branding:

presenting themselves in a professional manner to potential employers.



Radiolit is a project that aims to fight against drug and substance abuse, by using media literacy, in particular radio and podcast It will concern young people from a migrant background, aged between 16 to 30.

The project is funded by the US Embassy Malta, through  the Julia Taft Refugee Fund.

Logo RadioLit Official.png


aims to raise awareness about the dangers of illegal migration and misinformation about the journey to Europe as well as the actual conditions when reaching the hosting countries.


The Real Picture

The Real Picture is a project 

It is a Strategic Partnership for Youth funded under the Erasmus+ programme that engages young people in social media strategies for public education on the subject of migration.

real picture-1-01.png

Migrant Skills Register

 Connect skilled migrants with employers
Placing migrants into employment