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ETTW to launch campaign for i-voting

Many expatriates have the right to vote both in their home countries’ national elections and in elections to the European Parliament. But very few actually use that right due to outdated voting methods and complicated registration procedures At ETTW we believe it’s crucial that your voices are heard and thatRead More

Speaking out for the rights of European Expatriates

TOWARDS A COORDINATION OF EUROPEAN EXPATRIATES POLICIES – SUPPORTING THE MOBILITY OF EUROPEAN CITIZENS More than 60 million European citizens are living in a country other than their own. More than 15 million of them are living in one of the other 27 EU member states. And mobility is expectedRead More

Launching Conference of The Parliamentary Network On Diaspora Policies

Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) Hosted by the Portuguese Parliament Lisbon 7 and 8 September 2017     “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter”- Martin Luther King  (inspired by the speech of Ms Amina Khalid, NGO “The SomaliRead More

Education and European Expats

With more and more citizens mobile (there are about 80 millions of Europeans expatriates in the world, including 14 millions in Europe), one of the challenges facing European expatriates is how to change from one school system to another. This does not mean that we should have a single EuropeanRead More

ETTW HAS A NEW PRESIDENT-Dr. RAYMOND XERRI

New President of ETTW On 17th January 2017, the General Assembly of The European Throughout The World (ETTW.) unanimously elected its acting president for nearly a year, Dr Raymond Christian XERRI. Born in the United States of Maltese parents he has lived, studied, worked and/or visited nearly a hundred countriesRead More

Curriculum Vitae of Dr Raymond Xerri

Dr Raymond Xerri, Representing the Council for Maltese Living Abroad – MALTA, Ph.D (Australia), M.A.(Dip.St.)(Malta), D.D.S., E.U.Sch.(E.U.Law)(Germany), B.A.(Hons.)(U.S.A.) was born in New York in 1969 and started his primary education at the St Joseph Catholic School in New York City and after moving to Malta in May 1977 continued such education atRead More

iVoting conference June 29, 2016 – Press Release

European expats must have option of online voting  Public hearing reveals concerns about disenfranchisement of overseas voters due to outdated voting systems EU referendum highlights voting challenges faced by expats Brussels, 29th June 2016 At a public meeting in the European Parliament, experts, campaigners and politicians called for action toRead More