We speak to MP Khairy Jamaluddin and N. Surendran from Lawyers for Liberty to get their position on the implications that ratifications of UN conventions would have on our Federal Constitution.
We don’t just talk about mental health on certain days of the year. Similarly, it’s not just healthcare professionals who advocate for mental health issues. One group with the authority and influence to champion for better mental health care is parliamentarians. Deputy Minister of Women, Family and Community Development YB Hannah Yeoh, as well as clinical psychologist and founder of Relate Malaysia Dr Chua Sook Ning tell us about the role of lawmakers in advocating for mental health.
The federal government recently announced that minimum wage will be set at RM1,050 across the country, with the policy set to take effect on January 2019. Carmelo Ferlito, an economist and senior fellow at the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS), explains why he thinks this is a misguided move - if increasing the wages of low-skilled workers is the ultimate goal.
According to Tun Mahathir, the City of Putrajaya has not developed the way he had envisioned. A professor of architecture offers his thoughts on the design and ideological shortcomings of our federal administrative capital.
We get an analysis (or should we say Anwarlysis) from Bridget.
As young people start to enter the workforce, things are going to be very different than they are now. Here’s how to prepare them.