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In this final instalment of our research series, we propose key pillars of a much-needed reform in the way we plan for, recruit and manage migrant workers in Malaysia.
How much are we willing to give up to reduce reliance and ensure welfare standards? In Part II of this research series we delve a little deeper to weigh the trade-offs of proposed solutions.
The differing stances on migrant worker COVID-19 vaccination is just one more example of issues with Malaysia’s migrant worker policies. In Part 1 of this research series, we outline where we are today.
Bagaimanakah sokongan rakyat Malaysia terhadap hukuman mati berubah dengan jenayah dan situasi yang berbeza? Kami menjawab persoalan ini melalui kajian persepsi atas hukuman mati di Malaysia.
Despite recent positive developments, more needs to be done to ensure an effective sentencing reform agenda
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.
The recent case of Hairun Jalmani has reignited public debate about the death penalty in Malaysia. We ask questions on long overdue sentencing reform in the country.
How are migrant workers recruited in Malaysia and why has the recruitment model come under heavy criticism in recent years? We present an overview of the process, together with a brief discussion of known issues and problems.
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