Invitation: Discussion on Laporan Rakyat by Yayasan Kajian dan Pembangunan Masyarakat

At the launch of the Laporan Rakyat on 18 Nov 2011

Nov 23, 2011

INVITATION TO A DISCUSSION ON LAPORAN RAKYAT

UndiMsia! and Centre for Public Policy studies, ASLI (CPPS) has launched the Laporan Rakyat (Report card) which provides the public a chance to say what they really think about their elected representatives.

In this context YKPM and Proham is hosting a discussion with UndiMsia! and CPPS on how NGOs can participate to assist by going to the ground and undertaking the ground feedback. This discussion will be held on Nov 29, 2011 (Tuesday) from 4.30 to 6.30pm at Sunway University, Sunway at one of the Professional Development (PD) rooms, Level 1, West Wing, North Building.

Tan Sri Navaratnam, the Chair of CPPS, will moderate the session and Mr. Edmund Bon has agreed to present the details of the Laporan Rakyat’s questions and methodology. We are awaiting confirmation from Ms. Ng Yeen Seen if she too can join us.

This session is open to NGOs and community groups to assist UndiMsia! and CPPS by sending their volunteers. YKPM, Proham & MIBA have planned a field visit at the Teluk Indah flats in Perai on Dec 4, 2011 from 11am to 4.30pm. A small team in working with community groups and we hope to use this Laporan Rakyat format. Other NGO could do similar ground data collection in areas where they are located.

Please confirm participation with me via my [email protected] or mobile 019 381 0914.

Thank you

Yours sincerely

Datuk Dr Denison Jayasooria

On behalf of YKPM & Proham

 

Please note advice on parking

While waiting for the construction of the 2-storey underground car park and new academic block to be completed, staff, students, and visitors are advised to park at Sunway Pyramid. They can walk to Sun-U via our fully covered Canopy Walk, only 6 mins walk,  once they exit from the mall through the glass door from J.Co Cafe. For assistance, please call Ms. Beng Lean, tel: 03 7491 8622, ext 8199, or 03 7491 8699.

 

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