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Digital Agenda Scoreboard


Find here the most recent analysis and data by country. A selection of key documents and graphs are shown about topics such as broadband, internet activity and skills, egovernment, ICT in schools, research and innovation, as well as other main indicators.

Digital Champion

The Digital Champion of Malta

He is a Member of the Board of the Malta Communications Authority (MCA). On 24 March 2014 the Digital Malta Strategy was launched.  The Strategy formulation was managed jointly by the MCA and the Malta Information Technology Agency (MITA) but involved all stakeholders via a number of consultation sessions and workshops.

Going local


Key themes covered were:

  • Broadband
  • eInclusion


  • Going Local 2011, Valetta (22/11/2011)

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Commission representation office

Country team

Commission Country team leader: Robert MADELIN (European Commission, Belgium)

Commission contact: Ivan BRINCAT (European Commission, Belgium)

What we do

Report: 5th Digital Champions meeting, 25-26 November 2013

One of the objectives of the meeting was to hear the Champions' priorities for 2014 and to find synergies with those of Vice-President Kroes and DG CONNECT. Another aim was to inform the DCs about available funding, such as the Structural Funds and to ensure that they were up-to-date with the latest policy developments.

Building on discussions held at the DAA and the webinar on Opening Up Education the second day focused, in a participatory way, on discussing challenges/drivers and best way forward in the area of digitising education.

Report: Digital Champions' 4th meeting

The meeting with the Digital Champions focused on the three priorities of DG Connect: the Single Telecom Market, The Grand Coalition for Jobs and Skills and the Web Entrepreneurship.

116 in Malta

116000 - Missing Children Hotline

The hotline is operated by Pulizija ta' Malta - the Maltese Police Force

116123 - Emotional support helpline

The helpline is operated by Aġenzija Appoġġ - the Maltese Agency for the enhancement of the lives of people in need

Digital Champion Malta: priorities and challenges

"My first priority is the Introduction of specific digital rights within our own Constitution in order to recognise the importance of internet", explained Mr Ghio. He believes the Internet is an essential tool, "not only for our human rights, but it is an enabler, a tool of empowerment for our citizens and enterprises".
As for the challenges that Malta is facing in the sector, Antonio Ghio said: "Firstly, we need political consensus for the legislative changes.  Then it is crucial to educate the people and to recognise the potential of internet for a small state like Malta".


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