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The noble cause
Dr. Zaliha Mustafa encourages everyone to take up their share in carrying the load - by volunteering or countering misinformation, by owning up their individual civic duty - that could help put an end in the pandemic.
Presenting: Wonder Women of Southeast Asia
A digital policy specialist. A human resource professional and homemaker. A business manager turned civil society activist. An architect, technologist, and educator. A frontline doctor. A public official creating spaces for entrepreneurship. Women who will share innovative ways to restart.
Telenisa: Statistics and Findings 2020
Part of Sister In Islam (SIS), TELENISA that has been operating since 2003, is a free legal counsel on matters related to Islamic Shariah Family Law such as divorce, polygamy, wife and children, divorce and other property. TELENISA has assisted nearly 4,000 clients in providing legal advice to make sound decisions based on law and facts.
Defending women’s rights in Islam
As the Executive Director of Malaysia's Sisters in Islam, Rozana Isa's role is to make sure that Muslim women are being heard. She finds women are being grossly disadvantaged under the Syariah laws, and she believes that women have a right to question the injustice they experience in the name of Islam.
Buka Puasa, Buka Parlimen: Youth Break Fast in front of Malaysia Parliament in Protest.
Hundreds of youth marcher in front of Malaysia parliament on Friday, 30th April 2021 to demand it’s reopening. Which they called “Buka Puasa, Buka Parlimen” which mean “Break the Fast, Open Parliament” (a play on the Malay word).
UNDI18: The Rise of Youth in Malaysia
Youth participation in politics often overlooked because the boomers will say ‘They are not ready’ or ‘They are not mature enough’ or “They are more prone to strike or to manifest their discontent than to collaborate”. Youth could be a new breeze in the politics and decision making. They can be a creative force, a dynamic source of innovations and they are fluent in digital tools. They hunger for change, they know what they can do to change the systems to make it b
UUCA: Protect the students or the Opposite?
UUCA is an act that is partly under the authority of the Ministry of Education. Although the original idea was to control the administration and to operate university orderly. But the UUCA policy actually prevent the involvement of students with political parties, amalgamation of student’s bodies. Which on shortened note, the government actually build a barrier for students so their voice couldn’t be herd.