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The MyMP project is a website that provides an introduction to Members of Parliament (MPs) in Malaysia. It aims to provide opportunity for the voters to get to know their MPs, enhance closer relationship between the voters and MPs, and to educate voters about parliamentary democracy. 1. Introduction The Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human […]
…an extension to offline harassment?
Pepper Lim recounts to Paprika some of the things we could be doing instead of just complaining.
Cassandra narrates her experiences going through her first Idola workshop
In 1996, MAMPU (or Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit) embarked on an ambitious e-government project in their effort to further improve service delivery amongst federal government agencies. Since then, Malaysian citizens have benefited tremendously from improvement in government services. Waiting and processing times at government departments and offices have also improved. And, thanks […]
How the concept of 1 Man, 1 Vote & 1 Value is destroyed?
Yu Li shares how she became an activist — and why you should become one too.
Pepper Lim explains gerrymandering to his daughter using an example a five-year old and politicians could understand.
Gerrymandering week continues.
Aida wraps up her #LordBoboForKajang series.
Raising awareness about gerrymandering.
1. Educate yourself It is never enough to read Wikipedia entries and news articles on the web. To be an effective social change agent, you need to understand all arguments in support of and against the cause of your choice. Read books that discuss about issues and problems related to your cause. The best place […]
A report on an anti-gerrymandering gameshop.
Have We Had Enough?
Youth volunteers who have been empowering the orang asli community in Hulu Langat, Selangor for the past two years, have had to scale back their work as their funds have been cut down drastically.
The MCCHR Resource Center houses hundreds of materials on social and political sciences, but the best kept secret (in my opinion) is the selection of books that creatively illustrate law and social activism. One such book is The Law of Superheroes by American attorneys James Daily and Ryan Davidson. This book originated from a blog […]
PCA13? SEK.203A? It’s time we know our rights, join us!