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For Malaysia's Young, A Hazy Future Beckons

Shahril Hamdan, Deputy Youth Chief, UMNO | Tharma Pillai, Co-Founder, Undi18

05-Aug-20 08:05

For Malaysia's Young, A Hazy Future Beckons

The young may be an important part of the country's future, but jobs, housing and social mobility data shows that Malaysia is doing little for its young, potentially harming its prospects.

Listen in as UMNO Deputy Youth chief Shahril Hamdan and Tharma Pillai, Co-Founder, Undi18, discuss how and why this happened and more.

Image credit: EPA-EFE

Produced by: Dayana Mustak

Presented by: Khoo Hsu Chuang


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Categories:  PoliticsLaw and Legal MattersSocial Issues

Tags:  UMNOUndi18Malaysian youthpoliticsjobshousingsocial mobility





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