Our Work in Malaysia :
FNF Malaysia currently working with 12 local partners in Malaysia with various background.
Corruption Complex: Who Will Bell the Cat?
Decades of corruption in Malaysia has led to the erosion of public trust in the goverment. Anti-corruption strategies intruduce by the goverment had failed to reduce systemic corruption. Immediate action and urgent measures should be undertaken to arrest the scourge of corroptuon. Who should be responsible?
Perception Towards Liberalism in Malaysia
The Merdeka Centre's latest survey shows Malaysians are having a growing hesitation towards the concept of liberalism. The survey, "Perceptions Towards Liberalism in Malaysia", shows that perceptions towards liberalism as a 'bad concept' for Malaysia has increased from 22% to 42% between 2016 to 2020.
Telenisa Tells Live series is an effort to bring advocacy and outreach programs to women especially during this pandemic. In the year 2020, Telenisa has produced and broadcasted 19 online sessions of Telenisa Tells Live under FNF project with issues covering women’s rights, women’s socio economic, child rights, Muslim family issues, Islamic Family Law and gender discourse.
Malaysia Liberalism Survey 2020
2020 Marked as 5 years we conducting Liberalism survey in Malaysia. The results reflected from this survey shows that 22% understand Liberalism, 76% did not understand liberalism, there is slightly increasing number from last year, which is 21% understand Liberalism and 77% did not understand liberalism. Read more
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.