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Rising Threat of Stimulant Drugs In Malaysia

It has been 35 years since drug abuse was declared a national... Read More

Sarawak: Promises Kept or Broken?

Sarawak, the largest state in Malaysia, has found herself in uncharted waters.... Read More

We Need a United Voice on Synthetic Drug Strategy

AMPHETAMINE-type stimulants (ATS) require the development of a health response so that... Read More

No Magic Formula to Remedy Conflicts

It is worth noting that this year’s Malaysia Day in Kuala Lumpur... Read More

No One-size-fits-all Model for Battling Drug Addiction

CHECKS and balances play an essential role in the treatment of drug... Read More

Specialised drug court?

DRUG abuse is a global problem which has serious socioeconomic and public... Read More

Decriminalising Drug Use Offers Glimmer of Hope

THE topic of drug addiction is almost always paired with negative views,... Read More

The Hope of to Have Hope

“Why do we need unity if we are at peace?” some may... Read More

Language Not Deciding Factor of a Good Film

Earlier this month, we had a ruckus over the decision made by... Read More

Inclusive Policies Boost National Unity

In recent years, we have witnessed growing polemics relating to race and... Read More

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Ms Nursalina Fairuz Salleh

Nursalina is an Analyst under the Social Policy Division. She graduated with a Master of International Business from Monash University and a Bachelor of Biotechnology, University of Technology, Sydney. She was attached to the Delivery Management Office of National Key Result Area: Low-Income Households under Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development. Her interests include inclusive socio-economic development and political dynamics in poverty eradication.


Published Articles

Rising Threat of Stimulant Drugs In Malaysia

13 May 2019
It has been 35 years since drug abuse was declared a national security problem in Malaysia. Back then, and indeed until about 10 years ago,...

Sarawak: Promises Kept or Broken?

13 May 2019
Sarawak, the largest state in Malaysia, has found herself in uncharted waters. For the first time in history since the formation of Malaysia, the Land...

We Need a United Voice on Synthetic Drug Strategy

11 April 2019
AMPHETAMINE-type stimulants (ATS) require the development of a health response so that they are no longer viewed and addressed as a public security issue. ATS...

No Magic Formula to Remedy Conflicts

05 October 2016
It is worth noting that this year’s Malaysia Day in Kuala Lumpur had been a peaceful one compared with last year. Unlike last year, it...

No One-size-fits-all Model for Battling Drug Addiction

11 October 2017
CHECKS and balances play an essential role in the treatment of drug abuse and addiction. However, without clear and proper processes in place as to...

Specialised drug court?

23 April 2018
DRUG abuse is a global problem which has serious socioeconomic and public health impact. Countries differ in tackling the problem, but the United States and...

Decriminalising Drug Use Offers Glimmer of Hope

13 June 2017
THE topic of drug addiction is almost always paired with negative views, depending on one’s understanding of the depth of the problem. The social stigma...

The Hope of to Have Hope

28 February 2017
“Why do we need unity if we are at peace?” some may ask. Admittedly, symptoms of disintegration are not widespread, but a society that is...
Language Not Deciding Factor of a Good Film

Language Not Deciding Factor of a Good Film

16 August 2016
Earlier this month, we had a ruckus over the decision made by the Malaysia Film Festival (FFM) to have the categories for Best Film, Best...

Inclusive Policies Boost National Unity

12 April 2016
In recent years, we have witnessed growing polemics relating to race and religious issues. Certain groups claiming exclusivity to the word “Allah”, the racial overtones...