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Left to right: John Caruana - Co-ordinator, John Zammit - President and Dr. Emmy. D. Bezzina LL.D. Legal Advisor on the launching of the Association for Men's Rights on 10th March 1990 at the Royal British Legion, Valletta. John Zammit is seen addressing the media conference.


One of the seminars organized by the Association for Men's Rights at the Osborne Hotel in Valletta. Some of the seminars were also transmitted live on Radio Live FM.


Prime Minister Dr. Eddie Fenech Adami and Mrs. Mary Fenech Adami talking to John Zammit - President of the Association for Men's Rights at our Stand at the Caring Awareness Fair at Naxxar in 1995.


Dr. Alfred Sant - Leader of the opposition visiting the Association for Men's Rights stand at the Caring Awareness Fair at Naxxar in 1995. Here he is seen talking to John Zammit -President of AMR with other officials looking on.


Dr. Emmy D. Bezzina and John Zammit of the Association for Men's Rights during one of the weekly programmes about family matters transmitted from Radio Live FM. Dr. Emmy D. Bezzina LL.D. specializes in Family Law.


L to R: John Zammit, Frans Carabott and Dr. Emmy D. Bezzina during the break from the morning session of the meeting of the Committee on Citizens' Freedom and Rights which took place at the European Parliament building in Brussels held on 12th September 2002.


L to R: John Zammit, Dr. Alfred Sant leader of the Malta Labour Party and Dr. Emmy D. Bezzina in the European Parliament Building in Brussels on 13th September 2002.


Part of the Archive of Men's Studies being organized by the Association for Men's Rights. Most of the books and magazines about men's studies were sent to us from Michigan State University Library, the European Directorate and Malta EU Information Centre and books bought from the European Parliament stationery in Brussels. We need more shelving and equipment to enlarge the archive. Several university students both from Malta and abroad make use of the archive.

 

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