The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) promotes democracy, human rights, economic freedom, and curbing climate change. In Southeast and East Asia, we have offices in Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta, Manila, Seoul, Taipei, and Yangon. We also work in Malaysia. In Malaysia we work with 12 local partners. Should you have questions or suggestions about our work, please contact us. You can also meet our team here.
A Day In Our Life
To commemorate our 50th anniversary. Our #LifeatFNF video is up on our Youtube Channel. We would like to take you behind the scene to see our work and office. Come on in
Shariah Court Procedures
A recent report shows that there is a high percentage of divorce cases during the Covid pandemic period which is about 70,000 cases. In view that legal literacy is still low amongst the public, especially among women, it is thus important to raise awareness on the matter so that women could access justice.
Statistics and Findings 2021
Over the years, Telenisa has received hundreds of cases from the public on issues relating to Islamic Family Law and Syariah Criminal Offences Law. The Telenisa Statistics and Findings aims to provide insight and information based on each year’s cases and trends
Telenisa new program #TanyaTelenisa will be aired every Thursday on Twitter Space. Telenisa is part of Sisters in Islam, Telenisa is a free legal advisory service to women and men on their legal rights under the Islamic Family Law and the Syari’ah Criminal Offences Law.
Safeguarding Democracy in the Digital World
20 participants were selected to attend this workshop. I introduced myself as a facilitator to help sort-out discussions throughout the workshop. Among the activities that we do was a discussion of basic democracy (Democracy 101). After that, we talked about how the pandemic will affect our democracy.
Open Markets and Entrepreneurship
Hi, I’m Praba Ganesan an IAF Alumnus and I will share my story of conducting a replication program “Open Markets and Entrepreneurship” for Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) in Kuala Lumpur.
Rough Road for Malaysia’s Economic Recovery
With the projection of a stagnated economic growth in Malaysia, the country struggles to find footing to lay out a comprehensive plan to put the country back on track for recovery. As the nation grapples with a triple crisis of politics, economy and health, the silver lining for Malaysia as the country is set to achieve a herd immunity of 80 percent by the end of 2021.