A grand Alumni Event marking the 25th Anniversary of the NSTF Mini European Assembly took place during the Christmas season on the 29th December 2014 under the patronage of H.E. President Marie Louise Coleiro Preca at the Tapestry Chamber in the Grandmaster’s Palace in Valletta.
Taking the Christmas period as especially timely to think even more of those in need and in gratitude for the experience and support the NSTF Mini European Assembly (MEA) has given and is giving hundreds of sixth form and first year university students, a number of MEA past participants and guests at the event kindly forwarded a donation towards the national Christmas campaign, l-Istrina.
The Secretary-General of NSTF Mr. Francis Stivala presented the donation to Her Excellency President Coleiro Preca on behalf of the MEA Alumni and guests on Friday, 16th January 2015 at the San Anton Palace, Attard. The President thanked NSTF and the contributors whole heartedly and said that she looked forward to collaborate again in the near future.
On the 29th December 2014, a celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the NSTF Mini European Assembly took place at the Tapestry Chamber in the Grandmaster's Palace in Valletta under the patronage of H.E. President Marie Louise Coleiro Preca.
The theme selected for the event was: Diversity in Employability - Tomorrow's jobs in Europe and the Assembly's preparatory role: What recommendations?'
‘Ideas for a Better Europe’ was the title chosen for a large-scale youth event that took place for the first time in Strasbourg and that convened over 5, 000 young people from all over the Europe Union. Malta was represented by a delegation of 50 young Alumni of the NSTF Mini-European Assembly.
The young Europeans gave their views to European bureaucrats on Youth Unemployment, the Digital Revolution, the future of the European Union, Sustainability and European Values