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Public Consultation on Thematic Areas underpinning Malta’s National Post Pandemic Strategy


From: Ministry for Research, Innovation and The Co-Ordination of Post Covid-19 Strategy
​Published: ​30 April 2021
Running till: ​31 May 2021
​Last Updated: ​1 June 2021

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The COVID-19 pandemic is undoubtedly the biggest global crisis of this generation, presenting an extraordinary global health, economic and humanitarian challenge, that has resulted in a devasting loss of life. The pandemic has also been a catalyst for accelerating shifts that were already altering societal and business behaviours such as digitalisation and sustainability. It has also brought to the surface and amplified other challenges such as mental health, social inequality and other societal challenges, and created significant pressures on previously healthy government and business finances.

Malta is in the process of formulating a National Post Pandemic Strategy which will be published by the end of June. This is a national initiative which aims to reflect on both challenges as well as opportunities emanating or exacerbated by the 
pandemic. The strategy aims to help shape a new normal, sustain the momentum we achieved before the pandemic, and focus on building back better. It is an opportunity to build a fairer and more inclusive society, transition to greener and more sustainable practices, protect Malta’s environment and natural assets, and create a more competitive and resilient economy for present and future generations.​

2.        Consultation Questions

ased on the research and consultations carried out to date, twelve thematic areas have been identified on which Malta’s National Post Pandemic Strategy is being developed. Each theme is linked to UN Sustainable Development Goals and focuses on integrated societal, economic and environmental factors.

Through this public consultation, interested parties are invited to: 

    1. Provide feedback and comments  on the twelve thematic areas identified. Such thematic areas may be viewed in attached public consultation document;
    2. Recommend strategic initiatives and actions that could be undertaken on the various thematic areas.​ 

4.        Submission of input

Submissions were sent in by filling the online form.

Submissions were received by 31 May 2021.                              
We thank you for your input.

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In addition, please be aware of:
·         Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act (Chapter 496)
As we are a public authority all documents we hold, including documents related to this public consultation process, may be released following a request to us under the Freedom of Information Act (Chap. 496), unless such request may be subject of an exemption arising from the same Act.​

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