Light after darkness

Fighting for truth, justice, human rights and the rule of law

Daphne standing in front of Malta's Ġgantija temples.

The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation is a non-profit, independent and non-governmental organisation created by the sons and husband of the investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, who was assassinated in a car bomb attack in Malta on 16 October 2017.

  1. Landmark ruling published by Columbia Global Freedom of Expression

    Columbia Univeristy publishes analysis of judgement that recognises the protest memorial for Daphne Caruana Galizia as a form of freedom of expression that deserves protection.
  2. Open letter to Council of Europe Monitoring Committee

    With a new leader, do not lift pressure for Malta to pursue any of the other pressing changes that the country needs.
  3. Joseph Muscat must go now

    Muscat has delayed his resignation in an attempt to continue protecting himself and Schembri.
  4. We urge the Prime Minister to step aside

    If the Prime Minister has the interests of justice and Malta at heart, then he should step aside immediately.
  5. Keith Schembri must be prosecuted immediately

    The investigation into Daphne Caruana Galizia's assassination must remain free from political interference.
  6. We will not accept political interference

    The investigation into Daphne Caruana Galizia's assassination must remain free from political interference.
  7. New board of inquiry and terms of reference

    Civil society, the Council of Europe, and our family’s calls for an independent and impartial public inquiry have finally been heard.
  8. First collection of Daphne Caruana Galizia's writing published

    This is the first book in Bompiani's Munizioni series, edited by Roberto Saviano.
  9. Consultation on membership of board of inquiry ongoing

    We are relieved to hear that the Maltese government, after failing to answer our legal letters, now wants to discuss the membership of the board of inquiry into Daphne's assassination.
  10. Our position on not accepting blackmail will never change

    When the Prime Minister said that he will drop his libel case against us if we denounce our mother's work, we said we will not concede to extortion. We will never accept blackmail.
  11. Banner court case ruling on breach of right to freedom of expression

    Malta's constitutional court today ruled that the government-ordered removal of two banners calling for justice was in breach of our fundamental right to freedom of expression.
  12. Money laundering report filed in Latvia

    Full justice for Daphne Caruana Galizia means ending impunity for the crimes and criminals she investigated and exposed.