Research and advocacy of progressive and pragmatic policy ideas.
A primer on the Malaysian skills development system.
Kami bincangkan persoalan reformasi penghukuman yang telah lama tertangguh di negara ini.
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.
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?
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.
How are borrowers impacted by student loans? How do they feel about student loans overall? We conclude our research series with illuminating results from a novel survey on Malaysian student loan borrowers.
We conclude the Fair Work Act research series by delving into the final pillars of our proposed Fair Work legislation.
Sepanjang setahun yang lalu, rakyat Malaysia telah meluangkan banyak masa di dalam rumah dan mengharungi pelbagai kekangan sosial. Kami meninjau kesan keadaan ini kepada kesejahteraan mental.
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