FNF Malaysia In cooperation with our partners promotes Liberalism and Democracy, Rule of Law and Human Rights, Economic Freedom and Market Economy. Our civil society partners in Malaysia share FNF’s vision. Some of our NGO-Partners work on human rights issues, others promote democracy, freedom of expression or the rights of women in Islam.
Hans van Baalen – A great European
Hans van Baalen, ALDE President and member of the Board of Trustees of the Freedom Foundation, passed away tonight. Like no other, he shaped liberalism in Europe and tirelessly carried the message of freedom to the outside world. From now on, as a liberal family, we must continue alone along the path he blazed. His commitment to a united Europe will remain unforgotten.
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 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. Isa’s resolve to make Islam truly stand for equality and justice is remarkable.
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.
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?
15th Malaysia General Election: Time to Campaign Online
I’m not sure how the community leaders were chosen in the prehistoric times. I can only imagine that the process is similar to choosing the leader of an animal pact; the strongest individual will be appointed as the leader and will give protection to its followers.