Research and advocacy of progressive and pragmatic policy ideas.
Goods and services for public well-being
What do renters want? What factors are likely to encourage long-term renting? We conclude our research series with a survey probing renting norms, insecurities that renters face, and their future housing aspirations.
Dasar-dasar dan program-program perumahan Malaysia sudah lama condong kepada penggalakan pemilikan rumah, tetapi bagaimana pula dengan mereka yang memilih untuk menyewa, atas sebab kehendak mahupun keperluan terdesak?
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.
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?
Lower ridership during CMCO has led to bus route cuts in the Klang Valley. Can the current funding model keep buses running and prioritise the interests of the public? We argue for a fundamental review.
Masalah kewangan dan kesihatan mental berhubungkait – jadi cara kita menyalurkan bantuan kepada mereka yang terjejas juga perlu bersepadu.
Financial distress and mental health are related – so why are the ways we structure assistance to those affected still in silos?
Rethinking how public housing and public spaces are designed and how urban communities can benefit.
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