Your Action: UndiMsia! On Social Good Campaign

Malaysian youth these days are more outspoken, more courageous, have more energy and want to do something. But what is there to do that won’t get one in trouble with the law? A plan has been hatched. You know you want to.

Help Spread Voter Education

UndiMsia! is a non-partisan movement aimed to promote a vibrant democracy by working towards issues-based politics through a series of voter education deliverables targeted at young Malaysians from the age of 18 – 35. We hope that through this voter education exercise, young Malaysians will take an interest on issues that matter to them and be armed with knowledge that will empower them to engage in constructive discussions and actions aimed at addressing these issues with their electoral representatives.

UndiMsia! aims to build participatory opportunities for young Malaysians by:

1. Supporting the need for accurate information on key civil, political and socio-economic issues that affect every aspect of young Malaysian life.

2. Facilitating young Malaysians in their engagement with elected representatives.

3. Mobilising young Malaysians to take impactful action with tangible results.

We will be releasing our voter education materials in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, stay tuned with us here and by subscribing to our Facebook, Twitter and Youtube or simply Contact Us for updates and voter educational material.

Your support is what will make this work, so do spread the word about this latest movement in town with your friends using Facebook, Twitter, Email and etc to create awareness among your community.

A Call To Action

Move with us. Everyone is invited to join us, the UndiMsia! team, every Saturday #UndiMsia!Chats @PusatRakyatLB (11am to 12pm). See you around!

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Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR) is a non-profit based in Kuala Lumpur with the mission of promoting active democratic participation and human rights awareness.

Posted on 23 September 2011. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0.

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