In this seminar, Mr James Chai looked into Malaysia’s most recent bill, Undi 18, that lowered the voting and candidacy age from 21 to 18 and allowed for automatic voter registration.
In this webinar, Datuk Frederick Kugan, Dr Glyn Davies, and Mr Joshua Lim showcased Sabah’s efforts to ensure the environmental sustainability of its palm oil production, as well as the importance the product has for its state economy.
In this seminar, Dato’ Seri Nazri Aziz discussed UMNO, the balance of power between Zahid and Ismail, and how will Ismail negotiate his way forward.
In this webinar, Dr Ong Kian Ming, Member of Parliament for Bangi, Selangor, delved into the complex political dynamics between and within coalitions in the run-up to Malaysia’s 15th General Election.
In this hybrid seminar, Dr Maszlee Malik spoke on Malaysia’s recent experience with education reforms, the impact of COVID-19 on the education system and the Perikatan Nasional administration’s response, and key inflection points in the country’s political trajectory going forward.
In this seminar, Dr Lee Hwok-Aun shared his study of Malaysia’s New Economic Policy and argued that Malaysia can start afresh by building on the NEP’s two prongs with key resets and updates based on enduring principles and systematic policy design.
In this webinar, Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad, Member of Parliament for Kuala Selangor, shared his insights on Malaysia’s many upheavals, from the vantage point of Pakatan Harapan’s Cabinet and the current federal opposition.
In this webinar, Prof Khoo Boo Teik talked about how Malaysia’s BERSIH Movement influenced popular dissent and gave voice to grievances beyond the core issue of electoral reform.
In this webinar, the March Johor elections will be analysed. Dr Serina Rahman presented her findings as a resident in Johor, as well as representatives from three parties new to contesting in Johor – Amira Aisyah (MUDA), Datin Paduka Che Asmah (Pejuang), and Dr Rajiv Bhanot (Warisan).
In this webinar, Dr Christine Fletcher and Ili Nadiah Dzulfakar used their understanding of climate change and forests as a nature-based solution to extreme weather calamities to explain how anthropogenic damage to terrestrial habitats could be compounded by climate change.