With Pakatan coming to power in a few states, many youths have become interested in politics. This gives Francis Loh hope that the youth will be able to usher in a New Politics.
The 2014 Budget does not provide any new strategy to resolve the socioeconomic problems of young Malaysians especially in the areas of jobs and debt, says Steven Sim.
This is what happened when Aliran rounded up a group of enthusiastic socially aware youths and encouraged them to share with us their experience, ideas and vision.
Many of our young people have no choice but to end up as a statistic of brain drain or youth unemployment or underemployment, observes Steven Sim.
The Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR) under its campaign UndiMsia! has been conducting a series of #idolademokrasi #gameshops across the nation as well as in UK and Australia.
Why are foreign retirees under the MM2H programme more acceptable as long-term residents in Sarawak by the state government than local Malaysians from the peninsula, wonders Anak Malaysia.
Photo by Tan Sooi Beng
Shakila Abdul Manan describes how a group of multi-ethnic youths brought George Town’s local history to life through an inclusive musical drama, ‘Ko-Tai’.
Hishamuddin Yahaya says racial sloganeering could become irrelevant if a new government takes over that is better able to promote democracy and socio-economic and cultural justice.
Good governance could help to transform our nation, and youths too must be involved. Anil Netto takes a peek at an awareness-raising workshop that opened the eyes of a group of young adults.