Research and advocacy of progressive and pragmatic policy ideas.
Renting, the only viable housing option for many Malaysians, is plagued with a lack of transparency and protection. We take a look at global policy approaches that could make renting better for Malaysians.
14 June 2022
Malaysia’s housing policy and programs have historically been inclined towards encouraging home ownership, but is this still wise? What about policies for those who rent, whether out of choice or necessity?
Kami akhiri siri penyelidikan ini dengan dapatan kaji selidik yang menerangkan kesan pinjaman pendidikan terhadap peminjam dan pandangan mereka tentang pinjaman pendidikan di Malaysia.
Kami bincangkan persoalan reformasi penghukuman yang telah lama tertangguh di negara ini.
The Centre is a centrist think tank based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Our work is focused on understanding the gaps between top-down policy decisions and ground-level impact through primary research. We aim to bring data-driven yet accessible research to policymakers and to the public.Learn more about us.
A primer on the Malaysian skills development system.
Despite recent shifts in the government’s attitude towards drug issues, public sentiments remain largely negative. We explore the possible reasons behind this and call for a more constructive messaging approach.
Untuk mengurangkan kebergantungan pada pinjaman pendidikan, kami cadangkan kita beralih kepada kaedah pembiayaan yang berasaskan pembelajaran berterusan.
As Malaysia gears up for a possible General Election this year, we ask our political parties what changes to the minimum wage they can offer voters.
The Centre is a centrist think tank driven by research and advocacy of progressive and pragmatic policy ideas. We are a not-for-profit and a mostly remote working organisation.
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