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It's Time to Make The Magic Happened
Two weeks in this seminar Making Magic: Designing and Facilitating Gatherings, 23 August-2 September 2021 was a great experience. As a facilitator myself I have learn a lot of new skill in this seminar. We deep dive at the core of facilitation as to What, Why and How. A well gathering of people must come with good planning and strategy.
Live Interview with Deedy Marji
On 27 August 2021, FNF Malaysia successfully held our Music for Freedom Live concert. And we come out with the winner Deedy Marji with his song Kita Bebaskan. After the live concert, Deedy Marji got the chance to be interview by MyKampus Radio. What are they talking about? Let's find out
When Words Fail, Music Speaks.
On 27 August 2021, FNF Malaysia successfully held our Music for Freedom Live concert. Dr.Almut Besold, Head of FNF Malaysia and Indonesia, opened the show with a few words. Francissca Peter, Vanessya S.Y.T, and Vera Jasini Putri will serve as this year’s judges. If you watch our live concert last year, you might familiar with their faces.
Preventing Corruption: Media and Citizenship
The fight for corruption in Malaysia need reimagining. Values and mindsets must change for our nation to be corruption free. Some scholars suggest that culture may be the underlying factor for corruption in developing economies. For change to happen, and to happen quickly, media and citizen engagement are critical. So how do we secure and sustain public support?
Rasuah dan Gerakan Sosial
Iltizam politik dilihat sebagai satu cara untuk menangani rasuah sistemik di negara Malaysia. Namun, kemelut politik yang berlaku kebelakangan ini menjadi penyumbang kepada krisis kepercayaan dan kemerosotan kepemimpinan politik negara. Justeru itu, mampukah rakyat Malaysia menggunakan kuasa popular dalam sebuah negara demokratik untuk menjayakan inisiatif sifar rasuah?
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.
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.