Our Work in Malaysia :
FNF Malaysia currently working with 11 local partners in Malaysia with various background.
The Emancipative Commitment: Readings on Woman Discourse
Explore the transformative discussions in "The Emancipative Commitment: Readings on Woman Discourse." Join scholars like Nancy Fraser, bell hooks, Arundhati Roy, Romila Thapar, and Kartini as they delve into gender justice, inclusive feminism, and the legacies of thought leaders. Dr. Azhar Ibrahim guides these sessions, emphasizing the importance of a committed approach and the transformative potential of pain and struggle in feminist theory. Discover their insights into recognition, redistribution, the limitations of identity politics, and the challenges faced by women in the Nusantara region.
8th Liberalism Conference
Dive into the illuminating discussions of the 8th Liberalism Conference (2023). Delving deep into Malaysia's pressing issues, from the delicate balance between religious identity and individual freedoms to the intricate challenges posed by global geopolitics on our economy. Discover how informed dialogue and strategic policymaking are pivotal in navigating the complex terrain of our evolving society.
Asia Liberty Forum 2023
The Asia Liberty Forum (ALF) 2023 is a forum by Atlas Network and this year co-hosted by Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS). The forum took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and held from 07 – 08 September 2023. The event gather students, scholars thinkers, and friends of human freedom to learn and connect with each other and also to gain knowledge and network with captivating speakers.
AFTER DECADES OF ISLAMISATION: WHERE ARE YOU, MALAYSIA?
After decades of Islamisation, where are you Malaysia? I guess the easy answer is: lost. We have lost the dominant national narrative of who we were, who we are, who we want to be, and what we believe in, said Zainar Anwar. Listen more to the conversation with leading voices like Zainah Anwar, Dr. Azhar Ibrahim, Nur Sakinah Ahmad Rosli & Robert Law Hui Yew as they dive deep into the interplay between religious conservatism, democracy, and human rights in Malaysia.
My Transformative Journey to become a Human Rights Defender
My time in Strasbourg, France was an incredible, productive and memorable experience. There were 15 of us that had been selected by FNF, from different parts of the world which made the entire learning (and social) experience more enriching. rom intensive seminars to challenging examinations, the experience fortified my resolve to be a steadfast human rights defender, armed not only with knowledge but also with the unyielding determination to advocate for justice and the dignity of all.