Mirrors and Windows: Maltese Young People's Perception of Themselves, their Families, Communities and Society

Maltese Young People at the Beginning of the Third MilleniumAġenzija Żgħażagħ commissioned a study called 'Mirrors and Windows: Maltese Young People's Perception of Themselves, their Families, Communities and Society’. As the title implies, the aim behind this study is to construct social and cultural characteristics of young people, their views, opportunities and also the difficulties encountered.

The main objective of this study is to investigate and understand the realities of the Maltese young people, the changes that are taking place in their lives and the challenges faced while exploring their ambitions. Moreover, by means of this study emerging trends in the Maltese society will possibly be identified.

So, among other things this research has the role to look at the Maltese young people in social institutions such as the family, education system, Church, work, health and justice. This study will also undertake a review of the Maltese social context vis-a'-vis the youth policy and thus shed light on the young people’s formal and informal role in society.

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