FNF Malaysia In cooperation with our partners promotes Liberalism and Democracy, Rule of Law and Human Rights, Economic Freedom and Market Economy. Our civil society partners in Malaysia share FNF’s vision. Some of our NGO-Partners work on human rights issues, others promote democracy, freedom of expression or the rights of women in Islam.
Digitalization in Education Workshop
What is the obstacle that we need to remove before talking about digital education? Who is the main stakeholder? The Covid-19 pandemic makes us realize the importance of digitalization in education – where we can see there are still a lot of weaknesses in implementing online learning in Malaysia.
Malaysia Journey on Battling the Covid-19 Pandemic
2020 has been tough for all of us, for a year we have been battling Covid-19 together, the government do whatever they can to push the number down and we do whatever we can to prevent the virus to spread by using Mask, Wash our Hands, and keep our distance and stay away from crowd. Let’s do time travelling to 2020 and see what is happening throughout the year.
Malaysia Freedom Summit 2020
The event took place online this year due to the pandemic, hosted by Institute for Leadership and Development Studies (LEAD) the event held from 20 – 23 November 2020. The political turmoil of the country never stopped even though the Covid-19 pandemic crisis threatened the economic situation of the country and society. The discussion divided into 4 forum and talks about diverse issues.
Political and Pandemic Plight: The Future of Liberalism?
2020 has been a year of great change and instability for countries all around the world. The COVID-19 crisis has posed tremendous challenges for all communities, putting immense stress on governments, economies and institutions. The pandemic has also posed an important question for policymakers striking the right balance between public health and civil liberties.
Spreading Fake News will turn you into Pinocchio
Have you ever heard about the term “infodemic”? The term that born when covid-19 is born, they like siblings walking side by side, but infodemic spread faster than his brother with the help of advance technology – “Social Media”. Click, Share, Tweet and Comment could spread the infodemic faster without any restriction. Check, verified before you share it.
The pandemic has forced us to #stayhome #dudukrumah to prevent it to spreading even wider. During stay at home, people do a lot of creative activities so they don't feel bored and then upload on the Internet, starting from playing music with neighbours, imitating certain paintings, and a lot of creativity that they think they could do at home. Drawing is also a way
Mitigating the Economic Downside of COVID-19
On 27th March 2020 markes as Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) first ever webinar. The webinar discussed the steps that must be taken to deal with the negative impacts that stems from the ongoing pandemic, including the support and protection for individuals and businesses affected. The webinar was moderated by Tricia Yeoh