WorldFest 2014 - Mill-Art Għal Fuq l-Ixkaffa

On the 31st May 2014 Koperattiva Kummerċ Ġust shall be celebrating the WorldFest event at La Valletta square in Valletta. During the day there will be:

  1. Forum Discussion at 10.15am “Clean Food - A fundamental human right or the privilege of a few”
  2. 11.00 am till 2pm: Recycled Percussion Jam – Live Music by Peter Paul and Nik X Conti from Tribali accompanied by the public;
  3. Living Library at 2.30pm, with participants being a book on Fair Trade, Gay Person, a Biological Farmer and a sub-Saharan Immigrant;
  4. At 4.30pm Informal-Educational Activities with the Public;

All throughout the day there will be stalls with Fair Trade food, drinks, handicrafts, artisan products, toys, jewellery, CDs, musical instruments, books, ornaments, masks, pottery, carpets, clothes and textiles from Latin America, Africa and South Asia.


Clothes Swapping Activity at Ġugar

Between Friday 23rd and Sunday 25th May, Koperattiva Kummerċ Ġust shall be organizing a clothes swap party at Ġugar Bar in Valletta, as part of its sustainable consumption project.

The idea behind a clothes swap party is to encourage people to maximize the lifetime of their clothes by allowing other to make good use of such clothes and receives new clothes for free. The exercise of swaping clothes is good both for the environment and for your pocket.

For more information about the event contact Mehdi Karimi on or by telephone on 79462818.


Let's do it! Take part to the clean-up of the Mediterranean on the 10th-11th May!

On the 10th and 11th May 2014, an international clean-up will take place in more than 22 Mediterranean countries to collect as much floating, underwater and land garbage as possible. Malta is joining the clean up to raise awareness and demonstrate that even huge problems can be solved by working together. The clean-up will be located in different areas in Malta, Gozo and even Comino (where we are planning a “zero-waste festival”). It will be based on both land and sea, with the help of divers, canoeists and boats.

What is Let’s Do It World?

Let's Do It started in 2008, in the Baltic country of Estonia where a small group of people met and had a vision of a clean country free of trash. It was time for change; it was time to clean all the country in just one day. This gave birth to one of the fastest-expanding global civic movements in history, Let’s Do It! That year 50,000 volunteers participated in a nation wide clean-up. Since then other countries have followed through with the same model - mass citizen engagement in national clean-up actions on a single day. To date, about 9 million volunteers have participated in Let’s Do It! actions and the network has spread to 110 countries.

Join the initiative!

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