News & Events

U.S. Embassy supports LGBT groups

The U.S. Embassy supported the screening of two movies, “Milk” and “The Danish Girl”, together with youth organizations and agencies, LGBTI+ Gozo, We Are, G-Sam, Agenzija Zghazagh.  The films were hosted at Malta’s technical college, MCAST, and the University of Malta on Wednesday, February 22.  Public Affairs Officer, Susan Ross, and Political Officer, Adam VanDervort, ...
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U.S. Embassy celebrates Black History Month, 2017

Every year in February we celebrate Black History Month. On February 1, U.S. Ambassador G. Kathleen Hill hosted a concert performed by an international team of talented musicians, including American guitarist Satik Andriassian.  Prof. John Kennedy, Professor of Music at California State University, Los Angeles, and currently the Fulbright Scholar at the University of Malta, ...
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U.S. Embassy meets four schools in January 2017

Volunteers from the U.S. Embassy met with students from four schools in January 2017, as part of the U.S. Embassy’s ongoing school outreach program Students from Stella Maris and St. Thomas More Secondary Schools visited the U.S. Embassy and enjoyed tours around the grounds.  An Embassy Staffer also visited Qormi San Ġorġ Primary School.   All ...
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U.S. Embassy Announces Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellowship for Youths

The U.S. Embassy invites Maltese youths between the ages of 16 and 18 to apply for the 2017 Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellowship.  The Fellowship workshops will be held in the United States in the summer of 2017. The program honors American statesman and diplomat Benjamin Franklin, whose life and career strengthened transatlantic cooperation.  The purpose ...
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