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Focus on boosting booster rates in laggard states

Govt must deliver vaccines, make them accessible to the vulnerable who need... Read More

‘Saving’ Malaysia’s middle class post-Covid-19

Introduction The growth of a global middle class has been one of... Read More

Local government elections vital for democracy

The reintroduction of local elections in Malaysia has again been in the... Read More

Youth in Malaysia: The great reset post-Covid-19

by Yohendran Nadar Arulthevan The past couple of years have definitely been a mixed bag... Read More

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Focus on boosting booster rates in laggard states

04 August 2022
Govt must deliver vaccines, make them accessible to the vulnerable who need third jab by Emir Izat ACROSS the nation, Covid-19 booster shots – or the third jab – are plateauing across many districts and vaccine inequalities are emerging once again   On 13 November 2020, the Orang Asli in Lojing district, Kelantan, barred visitors to…

‘Saving’ Malaysia’s middle class post-Covid-19

08 March 2022
Introduction The growth of a global middle class has been one of the most economically significant movements of the last few decades (Kharas, 2017). With rising incomes in developing countries and millions lifted out of poverty each year, the middle class have grown tremendously, forming an increasingly larger share of populations (Donnan et al., 2021).…

Local government elections vital for democracy

03 January 2022
The reintroduction of local elections in Malaysia has again been in the spotlight. Nevertheless, regardless of its merits and demerits, the right to vote at the local level will strengthen our democracy. by Yohendran Nadar Arulthevan LAST month, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican said that Malaysia won’t revive local elections because of…

Youth in Malaysia: The great reset post-Covid-19

21 October 2021
by Yohendran Nadar Arulthevan The past couple of years have definitely been a mixed bag for the youth in Malaysia. The success of UNDI18’s campaign to lower the minimum voting age from 21 to 18 was definitely one of the high points. Not stopping there, their involvement in civic spaces has also increased through youth-led movements during the…
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