Saturday, 23 September 2023

civil society

... well be that the government will decide not to make the report public? If so, why? I see the CIR as comprising leading members of civil society representing us, the rakyat, and not the government, ...
Monday, 27 August 2018
42. Delaying Local Government Elections is Unacceptable
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... and Penang, polls could have been held unofficially with the support of civil society and without requiring the Election Commission. But political party appointments provide the convenience of perpetuating ...
Monday, 06 August 2018
...  Gabungan Bertindak Malaysia, as a multicultural coalition of civil society organizations, seeks to establish a harmonious Malaysia where various cultures can flourish together as one. We believe ...
Sunday, 05 January 2014
... ‘politics of ethnicity’ from the policy planning and the institutional delivery systems. The Social Inclusion Act [SIA, 2012] proposed by civil society in August 2012 seeks to address this through the ...
Monday, 09 September 2013
... Blueprint was being finalized without adequately taking into consideration the findings and recommendations of civil society organizations. Many of our concerns addressed crucial aspects of the Education ...
Saturday, 07 September 2013
46. A Growing Awareness
... of custodial deaths is also a good outcome from continued and dogged awareness campaigns by civil society.     After a minute's silence, the group of Anak Bangsa Malaysia, a motley crew of ...
Wednesday, 24 July 2013
47. GBM against racism in Malaysia
(Compass Points/Letters)
... which comprises of the following 25 civil society organisation members: 1)          Kuala Lumpur & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall (KLSCAH) 2)          Aliran 3)          Tamil Foundation 4)          ...
Thursday, 09 May 2013
48. GBM's response on party manifestos
(Social Inclusion Act/Media)
Gabungan Bertindak Malaysia (GBM) is a non-partisan, multi-ethnic, multi-faith Coalition of 25 Civil Society organizations (listed below) established in 2011 to champion the cause for a Better Malaysia. ...
Wednesday, 10 April 2013
49. Stop the Killings: Set up the IPCMC Now
(Compass Points/Letters)
... Dato’ Sri Najib to stop being deaf to the voice of the people, affected communities and members from the civil society to implement the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC). The ...
Friday, 22 February 2013
WE, the undersigned 75 civil society organizations, trade unions and groups are shocked with the recent decision of the Malaysian cabinet on 30/1/2013 to allow employers of migrant workers to recover levy ...
Thursday, 07 February 2013
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