BernamaTV’s Ruang Bicara discusses the mental, economic and social toll of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the effects of the government’s PEMULIH programme.
Harris leads ISIS Malaysia’s work on policy responses to mis- and disinformation. His research portfolio and areas of interest includes the consequences of mis- and disinformation on democracy and society; the intersection of cyber, technology, and human rights; and Southeast Asian and Malaysian politics, human rights, and democratisation. He served as a minister-appointed member of the National Youth Consultative Council, member of the Youth Task Force on Foreign Policy, member of the Malaysian Youth Parliament, and special officer and Perdana fellow to the deputy prime minister. He holds an MA in International Studies and Diplomacy from the School of Oriental and African Studies, Bachelor of Laws (hons) from the University of Liverpool, and certificates in infodemic management from the World Health Organisation, international law of cyber operations from the University of Reading, in digital journalism from Reuters, and in ocean law and governance from the National Institute for South China Seas.
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