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Time to embrace female leadership

Last week, the world celebrated International Women's Day. This year's theme was... Read More

It is only right that migrant workers should get full protection

MALAYSIA'S reliance on migrant workers from countries like Indonesia has intensified since... Read More

Malaysia, once praised by the WHO as 'united' against COVID, has gone back into lockdown

Tengku Qistina has been quoted in an ABC article Article by Max... Read More

Community responses to Gendered issues during Malaysia’s fight against COVID-19

“Domestic Violence is more prevalent than ever before with the stay-at-home measures... Read More

The need for gender-inclusive policies in a post-pandemic world

As the world shut its borders to control the spread of Covid-19,... Read More

Digital surveillance: Privacy, data ecosystem and effectiveness

By Dr Moonyati Yatid, Farlina Said and Tengku NurQistina The role of technology... Read More

Locked Down and Locked Up: Domestic Violence during the Pandemic

As the implementation of movement restriction measures disrupts our daily lives, governments... Read More

Military Cooperation with Saudi Arabia Enhanced

Around this time last year, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was... Read More

Are Malaysians Territorial?

HOW does territorialism explain racism, migration or the problem of thousands of... Read More

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Tengku Qistina

Tengku Qistina focuses on women and gender issues. She writes on domestic violence, women’s policies and women’s empowerment. She is inspired by her experience of voluntary social work in Kelantan, where she develops programmes for her family’s foundation. Her social work has also exposed her to the vast rural-urban divide as well as the role and vulnerability of women, following her experience of observing Kelantanese women. She has written vastly on this through her monthly personal New Straits Times column since 2016.

She infuses her passion for social work and women’s empowerment through the Network she founded, Network of Women in Foreign Affairs and Security (WISEA) in Malaysia that gathers and convenes women and girls working in security.

She first joined ISIS Malaysia as a Researcher in September 2016 following her LLB Law degree from The University of Manchester. In August 2018, she left to pursue her MA in National Security Studies at King's College, London.

She is currently a Senior Researcher, and reports to Mr. Terence Too Yang-Yau, Fellow, Social Policy and National Integration (SPNI). Qistina is contactable at extension 149, or tnqistina@isis.org.my.

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Time to embrace female leadership

15 March 2021
Last week, the world celebrated International Women's Day. This year's theme was "#ChooseToChallenge", the choice to empower, and support women (or men) to challenge discrimination based on gender and to achieve equality. In the past year, in the face of a global health crisis, it has been suggested that nations with women leaders have shown…

It is only right that migrant workers should get full protection

25 January 2021
MALAYSIA'S reliance on migrant workers from countries like Indonesia has intensified since the introduction of the New Economic Policy in the 1970s. The foreign labour included women who arrived in Malaysia as domestic workers. This practice continues until today, and domestic workers now also include Thais, Cambodians and Filipinos. However, through the decades, abuse of…

Malaysia, once praised by the WHO as 'united' against COVID, has gone back into lockdown

14 January 2021
Tengku Qistina has been quoted in an ABC article Article by Max Walden, 14 January 2021 Malaysia's nationwide state of emergency is set to last until August 1 The country's authorities were praised by the WHO for an effective early response But the country has seen a rapid increase in cases since a state election…

Community responses to Gendered issues during Malaysia’s fight against COVID-19

14 December 2020
“Domestic Violence is more prevalent than ever before with the stay-at-home measures as the world fights the COVID-19 pandemic. The Women’s Aid Organisation (WAO) recorded a staggering four-fold increase in the number of calls received compared to the number before the MCO was imposed “, writes Tengku Nur Qistina, a Senior Research Associate at ISIS Malaysia.…

The need for gender-inclusive policies in a post-pandemic world

04 July 2020
As the world shut its borders to control the spread of Covid-19, concerns for women were raised. That concern comes as the uneven scales of gender equality tipped further during the pandemic to reveal a major disparity in how women experienced Covid-19 differently. Among other things, women's responsibilities have extended beyond the stereotypical cooking and…

Digital surveillance: Privacy, data ecosystem and effectiveness

17 May 2020
By Dr Moonyati Yatid, Farlina Said and Tengku NurQistina The role of technology in aiding our daily lives has grown rapidly since the imposition of lockdowns in many countries amid the Covid-19 pandemic. In adapting to the new normal, e-commerce, e-learning and teleconferencing are flourishing. Technology is also utilised by governments to manage the spread of…

Locked Down and Locked Up: Domestic Violence during the Pandemic

29 March 2020
As the implementation of movement restriction measures disrupts our daily lives, governments are compelled to respond to the high demand for support as domestic violence cases soar in a short period of time. With such measures predicted to last for weeks and even months to come, the urgency to address this issue is unprecedented. We…
Military Cooperation with Saudi Arabia Enhanced

Military Cooperation with Saudi Arabia Enhanced

16 March 2017
Around this time last year, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was in Saudi Arabia to visit and support Malaysians involved in the Northern Thunder exercise. It was Malaysia’s first time participating in this exercise wholly dominated by Middle Eastern and African states. Fast forward to the same time this year, Saudi Arabia ruler King…
Are Malaysians territorial?

Are Malaysians Territorial?

04 April 2016
HOW does territorialism explain racism, migration or the problem of thousands of foreign workers, legal and illegal, on our shores? Immigration issues are not foreign to us. In recent months, migration issues have overwhelmed us, both on the international and domestic fronts. Be they the migration of refugees, migration issues have centred around the United…
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