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Providing Care For Caregivers

Providing Care For Caregivers

Kiran Kaur, Advocacy Officer, Women’s Aid Organisation | Sivananthi Thanenthiran, Executive Director, The Asian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre For Women (ARROW)

Looking after our Gig Workers

Looking after our Gig Workers

Professor Geoffrey Williams, Economist, Malaysia University of Science and Technology | Stephanie Ping, Co-Founder and CEO, WORQ

Let's Talk About EPF

Let's Talk About EPF

Dr. Juita Mohamad, Director of Economics and Business Unit and Acting Director of Research, IDEAS | Associate Professor Dr Hafezali Iqbal Hussain, Head of Research at the Faculty of Business and Law, Taylor’s University

Transforming Our Retirement System

Transforming Our Retirement System

Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Norma Mansor, Director, Social Wellbeing Research Centre, Universiti Malaya

They Qwork Hard For The Money

They Qwork Hard For The Money

Muna Munirah, Qwork

Only 3% Of Malaysians Can Afford To Retire

Only 3% Of Malaysians Can Afford To Retire

Chai Sen Tyng, Senior Research Officer, Malaysian Research Institute on Ageing, Universiti Putra Malaysia | Geoffrey Williams, Economist, Malaysia University of Science and Technology | Annie Hor, Licensed Financial Advisor, Harveston Financial Advisory

RM1,000 Aid Promised For Disabled Persons?

RM1,000 Aid Promised For Disabled Persons?

Muhamad Nadhir Abdul Nasir, Freelance consultant and Independent Researcher focusing on disability issues

10k Household Income By 2025?

10k Household Income By 2025?

Calvin Cheng, Senior Analyst in the Economics Programme, Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia

Social Protection Overhaul Needed For Malaysia’s Ageing Nation

Social Protection Overhaul Needed For Malaysia’s Ageing Nation

Hawati Abdul Hamid, Deputy Director, Khazanah Research Institute | Datuk Dr. Soon Ting Kueh, President, National Council of Senior Citizens Organizations Malaysia (NACSCOM)

Targeted Universal Income

Targeted Universal Income

Assoc Prof Dr Saidatulakmal Mohd, Associate Professor of Economics, Universiti Sains Malaysia

Creating Stronger Social Protection Systems

Creating Stronger Social Protection Systems

Dr Amanina Abdur Rahman, Economist, World Bank

Does PEMULIH Adequately Help Vulnerable Women?

Does PEMULIH Adequately Help Vulnerable Women?

Abinaya Mohan, Head of Campaign, WAO & Working Committee of the Gender Budget Group

Welfare Reforms Needed, 75 Years On

Welfare Reforms Needed, 75 Years On

Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Norma Mansor, Director, Social Wellbeing Research Centre of Universiti Malaya

The Road To High Income Not Paved With Gold

The Road To High Income Not Paved With Gold

Richard Record, Lead Economist, World Bank

SOCSO Now Covers Work From Home Accidents

SOCSO Now Covers Work From Home Accidents

John Riba Anak Marin, Deputy Chief Executive (Operations), SOCSO

Better Deal For Gig Workers

Better Deal For Gig Workers

Nell Omar, Research Director, The Centre

 
 




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