Sectoral Committees

Justice & Home Affairs

The Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) Committee deals with the development and implementation of cooperation and common policies in the field of JHA. This applies in particular to combating crime, judicial cooperation, police cooperation and cooperation on immigration, borders and asylum. This field is probably the policy area where the Treaty of Lisbon has had most impact.

  • ADHD Family Support Malta
  • Aditus Foundation
  • AEGEE-Valletta
  • African Media Association Malta
  • Agara Foundation
  • Alternattiva Demokratika
  • AMACS
  • Association for Consumer Rights Malta
  • Association of Maltese Arms Collectors & Target Shooters
  • Balluta Residents Association
  • Chamber of Advocates Malta
  • Civil Assistance Training Organisation
  • Confederation of Malta Trade Unions
  • Coordinating Committee of the Russian Compatriots
  • Emergency Fire and Rescue Unit
  • European Auxiliary Police Association
  • Federation of Malta Hotels, Pensions and Catering Establishments
  • Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants
  • General Workers Union
  • Għaqda Studenti tal-Liġi
  • Inservi Foundation
  • Jesuit Refugee Service – Malta
  • KOPIN – Koperazzjoni Internazzjonali Malta
  • Kunsill Nazzjonali taż-Żgħażagħ
  • Local Councils’ Association
  • Malta Association of Family Enterprises
  • Malta Chamber of Psychologists
  • Malta Federation of Professional Associations
  • Malta Police Association
  • Malta Union of Professional Psychologists
  • Maltin fil-Belġju
  • Migrant Offshore Aid Station
  • National Council of Women of Malta
  • Partit Laburista
  • Partit Nazzjonalista
  • Philosophy Sharing Malta
  • Platform of Human Rights Organisations
  • Pope John XXIII Peace Laboratory
  • Rehabilitation in Society
  • Serbian Information and Culture Centre “Euro-Serbia Malta”
  • St John Rescue Corps
  • Studenti Demokristjani Maltin
  • The Institute for the Research and Improvement of Social Science
  • The Maltese Association of Social Workers
  • The People for Change Foundation
  • UĦM Voice of the Workers