Digital Literacy for Senior Citizens

The course for citizens over 60 years of age is divided into two parts: the first part will provide basic digital skills and the second part will introduce participants to government and banking online services and safe internet use. Date: 2 October to 30 November 2023 (2×12 sessions, 90 min) Location: St. Joseph Parish Church […]

Afterschool Geekery program in Ukraine

We have fulfilled an old dream by launching our Afterschool Geekery program in Ukraine. Our colleagues have volunteered to train the first 10 IT mentors in Ukraine to launch our digital literacy programme for children, Afterschool Geekery. It is an incredible experience to work with this team. They are all СОС Дитячі Містечка Україна staff […]

“They are the future of our country” – Malta’s Vision: Inclusive Education for All

GHD Foundation inaugurated the IT and Robotics classroom at Naxxar Induction Hub and this is the occasion for a substantial article. Believing that their nation’s future is contingent upon a strong, diverse workforce, the island nation of Malta dedicates significant resources to educate foreign children along with their local peers. Malta’s Maria Regina College Naxxar […]


Immigrants and Refugees


Climate Change

Climate change will impact communities, economies and societies as a whole.  We must act to mitigate the impacts of changing climate.


The Foundation for Global Human Dignity

The Foundation for Global Human Dignity is a Malta based not-for-profit organisation focusing on the rights of global citizens.  Understanding that truly global problems requires empowered and informed citizens to effect change, the foundation works with marginalised individuals and groups to strengthen global communities.

The foundation aims to improve lives through education and empowerment of people through the exercise of their fundamental rights and freedoms.  Working collaboratively with like-minded organisations and individuals, we develop programs targeting youth and women, minority communities, and the disenfranchised.  Our outlook is holistic understanding that global activity has very local impact on people.  Addressing corrupt practices, for example, improves the ability of individuals to express the full range of fundamental rights guaranteed by international conventions, treaties, and codified in national laws.  When they are free they create, build and fashion societies whose members contribute, not flee.


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