Our Work in Malaysia :
FNF Malaysia currently working with 12 local partners in Malaysia with various background.
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.
Building SME digital resilience: What have we learned from the MCO?
The Finance Minister recently highlighted the need to help with the rakyat’s lives and livelihoods in a targeted and sustainable manner, and also urged the private sector to play a greater role in supporting Malaysia’s economic growth, IDEAS urges the Government to continue building a strong foundation for long-term recovery.
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.
The Future of Malaysia’s Energy Mix
The online discussion intended to discuss energy policy, increasing share of sustainable energy in Malaysia’s energy mix, usage of coal and natural gas, international climate agreement and renewable energy. the challenge of energy policy making by the lawmakers, which is to expand energy supply at an affordable cost while reducing carbon emissions.