The Geminarie Group, which was elected Head of Network by members of the national network in June 2013, is a Non-profit, Non-Governmental Voluntary Organization, founded in July 1996. The organization started its activities in July 1996 and since then, it always aimed to promote understanding and appreciation of the global community through exposure to social, political, historical, artistic, and cultural backgrounds.
The Geminarie Group is legally bound by a statute, which sets up a Committee of People who deliberate, plan, reflect and evaluate on the core values, mission statement of the organisation, which sets the framework for the policy-making and service provision for the service-users. Administrative ventures are run by the committee itself. For a recent period of time, Geminarie took up a phase of inter-professional reflective analysis of the organisational structure both on a policy level, as well as the human resources aspect.
The main aims of the organizations are:
a. To actively promoting the review, introduction and implementation of policies in Malta and Europe, whether public or private, and for the adoption of better, affordable, accessible and more professional procedures and standards in all walks of life;
b. Promoting guidance and training assistance to people from all walks of life, including members of their families in case of negative, traumatic or other similar effects arising out of events connected to the performance of their duties;
c. Enhancing networking with similar organizations and/or institutions and/or non governmental organizations in Malta and in other European and Mediterranean countries with the aim of establishing collaborative initiatives;
d. Creating research and training infrastructures in various areas including but not limited to the following fields: humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, languages, business management and other fields of knowledge.