Research and advocacy of progressive and pragmatic policy ideas.
Goods and services for public well-being
Age, gender, and marital status emerge as greatest predictors of negative mental health in our study.
Over the past year, many Malaysians saw their employment, business and incomes decline due to the pandemic. We take a closer look at the impact of these changes on mental well-being.
Over the past year, Malaysians have spent more time indoors and endured social restrictions. We look at how this has affected mental well-being.
Around this time last year we surveyed how the first MCO was affecting the mental health of Malaysians. A year in, how has people’s sense of well-being changed?
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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